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2006), meaning that urban agglomeration benefits do not apply to all types of infrastructure.
Whereas the coefficient of urban agglomeration is significantly positive in non-resource-rich countries, it is mostly negative and generally non-significant at conventional levels in resource-rich countries across the different function regressions.
No FDI in retail will be allowed in any state unless it explicitly agrees to come on board Retail outlets may be set up only in cities with a population of more than 10 lakh as per the 2011 Census and may also cover an area of 10 km around the municipal/ urban agglomeration limits of such cities In states or union territories not having cities with population of more than 10 lakh as per 2011 Census, retail sales outlets may be set up in the cities of their choice, preferably the largest city and may also cover an area of 10 km around the municipal/ urban agglomeration limits of such cities The minimum FDI limit has been set at $ 100 mn.
Prior Information Notice: Urban agglomeration on the military training area altmark, phase 1 - historical center - file reference urbba 03.
The average crime rate in the urban agglomeration centres at 321.
Definition and implementation of consultation and communication plan of the urban agglomeration heart project.
Urban agglomeration on the military training area Altmark, Phase 1 - Old Town, Los 1:53, carpentry and roofing works Quartier 5, carpentry, roofing and plumbing work for up to 22 one- to three-storey houses military exercise.
Invitation to tender: The Subject Of Procurement Technical Assistance In Zagreb In Establishing A Mechanism Integrated Territorial Investment (Itu) In Urban Agglomerations Of Zagreb.
Launched during the Sixth Asian Pacific Urban Forum (APUF-6), taking place in Jakarta, Indonesia, the report states that in 2018 the region will have more than half of its population is expected to then be living in urban agglomerations.
The decision is likely to attract investments in new areas and encourage development of plots for serviced housing given the shortage of land in and around urban agglomerations as well as the high cost of land.
Wilmoth said that "in 1990 there were just 10 megacities, defined as urban agglomerations with more than 10 million inhabitants" while today "there are 28 such megacities worldwide, representing 12 percent of the world's urban population.
To qualify for the ranking, cities had to be among the UN's 30 largest Urban Agglomerations, the headquarters of at least 10 public companies, each with at least US $1 billion in market capitalisation, in finance, health care and IT; or have a Bloomberg international bureau (a proxy for financial services hub).

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