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The problem is television, or more correctly, the interest of networks and the nation's appetite for colligate football and basketball.
The neoclassic approach of economics colligates integration not only with increase of the effectiveness but also with possibilities to gain monopolistic advantages and technological factor of production.
A subterranean shopping mall of 260 m length and two parking floors colligates the three buildings.