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retail agglomeration within the case study transportation network.
There has been a growing literature both empirical as well as theoretical, to measure agglomeration and to establish the causes of agglomeration as well as the effects of agglomeration on productivity of the industry.
Because the correlations for mass agglomeration and merchandise-type attraction were found to be high for some merchandise groups, the argument can be made that the business functions of anchor store agglomerations and tenant mix decisions generate increased sales and rents.
Delivery of fire trucks / tankers / firefighting urban agglomeration areas in two lots as follows:
4-01 / 2007 "support for the reduction and prevention of risks and damage in fires in urban agglomerations" by providing grants under the operational programme "regional development" 2007-2013 and for the project "modernization of the structural units of nspbzn-mi in the metropolitan agglomeration and agglomeration areas of the six largest cities of plovdiv, varna, burgas, pleven, ruse and stara zagora"
Contract notice for Investment project mazury masterplan adjusting water and sewage management in the region communes wjm - agglomeration gizycko - extension.
Under EU legislation on urban waste water treatment dating back to 1991, small agglomerations (i.
Division of the agglomerations across the country have been done among the three operators, and 40 agglomerations would likely receive reception by the end of the year.
and WTP facility building - %% Covasna%% - %%Targu Secuiesc%% - and %%Sfantu Gheorghe%% Agglomerations
Contract notice: Emission reduction of dedusting by modernization of sinter plant south (repeated) / decrease emissions modernization dedusting agglomeration south (repeated).
The purpose of the assignment is to support Bulgarian Authorities in avoidance of excessive cost through re-definition of agglomerations and introduction of cost-effective individual and other appropriate solutions.
Progress has been made since the 2007 Court ruling, and 17 of the previously non-compliant agglomerations have been upgraded.