The Greater Vancouver Board of Trade released its Greater Vancouver Economic Scorecard 2018 today ranking 20 metropolitan regions around the world on 38 different economic and social issues. Produced in partnership with The Conference Board of Canada, Scorecard 2018 measures regions on 22 economic indicators, including average income, employment, productivity, tax competitiveness, port container traffic, inbound airplane seats, international tourism, and more. The report also measures performance on 16 social indicators, including housing affordability, public transit, education, income inequality, climate, air quality, and average commute time. Three Asian cities/territories – Singapore, Hong Kong, and Shanghai – earned ‘A’ grades, with Greater Vancouver and Calgary ranking in the top 10, both with ‘B’ grades. Below are the overall rankings for all 20 regions.