India is likely to be the most attractive country for the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), according to the latest study by consultancy KPMG, which analysed data from more than 70 countries to come up with the best countries to host the World Web Consortium’s (WWEC) World Wide Virtual City Project.
India is the country most likely, at least in its current form, to be chosen to host a world wide virtual city.
According to the report, the country is home to over 60% of the world’s population, and more than half of the planet’s population.
This is a strong indicator that India will win the W3C’s bid to host World Wide Interconnected City.
The report also indicates that India is the best location for hosting virtual cities in terms of economic and social impacts.
“This is in stark contrast to the UK and US where virtual cities have been criticised for a range of negative impacts including the loss of jobs, health and education, social exclusion, and the creation of a ‘digital divide’,” KPMg said in a statement.
The report’s report was released on November 13 and covered the 10 countries where the WWEC plans to build its virtual city in 2025.
The 10 countries covered by the report are:Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States.
The W3F is the international body that administers the W2C, which is the WG2.
The W3Cs virtual cities will be hosted in the cities that have the largest populations and will include a mix of urban areas, commercial and public areas, and infrastructure.
The cities will also include internet access, digital connectivity, public spaces and the ability to work from home.
According to the study, India is not on the list of countries where W3FC has a clear view on the best place to host its virtual cities.
“India’s position as a country with the largest population and the largest share of the population with access to high speed internet is likely due to its large metropolitan areas, dense urban area, and relatively low levels of COVID-19,” KPMi said.
“It will be interesting to see if India can also achieve a similar position to the USA where the urban density and high level of COV-19 coverage is seen as a good indicator for success.”
The report noted that the majority of the countries that have been considered for hosting W3CF virtual cities are currently located in Asia.
India is one of the most diverse countries in terms, with ethnic minorities being a major part of the Indian diaspora, and many are also citizens of the US.
The study found that a high percentage of India’s residents are also Chinese, with the country having around 1.3 million Chinese residents in the country.
“The potential for India to host W3COV virtual cities is significant as it could be the start of a new wave of development and investment opportunities for the country,” KPAI director Anil Rama said in the statement.
“We welcome India’s strong position as the most suitable host country.”
India is a large country with an estimated population of more than one billion people.
It has been in the news recently for its huge pollution crisis that has caused more than 100 million people to die.
The government has been struggling to tackle the issue.
According the World Health Organization, the rate of air pollution in India is about 35 times the WHO’s target for a healthy environment.