Is the New York Times Building taller than the Shimao International Plaza?

A: No, the New York Times Building is shorter than the Shimao International Plaza
The New York Times Building is 319 m, (1,047 ft) tall, while the height of the Shimao International Plaza is 333 m, (1,093 ft)
NameName:New York Times BuildingName:Shimao International Plaza
HeightHeight:319 m, (1,047 ft)Height:333 m, (1,093 ft)
LocationLocation:New York City, United States Location:Shanghai, China
Year ConstructedYear Constructed:2007Year Constructed:2005
DescriptionDescription:Description:
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Name:New York Times Building
Height:319 m, (1,047 ft)
Location:New York City, United States
Year Constructed:2007
Description:
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Name:Shimao International Plaza
Height:333 m, (1,093 ft)
Location:Shanghai, China
Year Constructed:2005
Description:
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