From 2000 to 2013, the total number of 200-metre-plus buildings in existence increased from 261 to 830 – an extraordinary 318% – according to the latest report from the Council of Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat.
2013 was the second-most successful year ever in terms of such completions, with a bumper crop of 73 going up around the world. For the sixth year running, China had the most 200m+-ers of any nation (37 shot up across 22 cities), whilst Dubai claimed the tallest building to complete in 2013, with the
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