By  on November 15, 2017

LONDON — Despite the uncertain political and economic landscape across Europe, the region’s biggest shopping thoroughfares continue to flourish, attracting international tourists and premium brands who are willing to pay steep rent to secure prime retail locations.

According to Cushman & Wakefield’s latest “Main Streets Across the World” report, which will be published on Wednesday, London’s New Bond Street has risen to become the third most expensive street in the world — it was previously in the fifth spot — while Milan’s Via Montenapoleone rose from the sixth to the fourth place in the ranking.

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