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  • The future city game in Budaörs

    Only a few kilometres from the Hungarian capital, Budaörs has been known as Budapest’s trade gateway. Multinational commercial companies based in Budaörs (e.g. IKEA, Decathlon,... › More

    • Mar 5, 2009
  • Ljubljana – a world city

    Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, with approximately 260 000 inhabitants is a cultural and administrative centre and has the highest GDP in the country. The city, which provides services for... › More

    • Mar 5, 2009
  • The future city game in Nottingham

    The Core Cities group is a network of England's major regional cities: Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham and Sheffield. They form the economic and urban cores... › More

    • Mar 4, 2009
  • The future of Piotrkowska street

    Łódź, the second largest urban centre in Poland, is in the running for the European Capital of Culture 2016. The city is an important cultural centre, internationally known for its Film... › More

    • Mar 3, 2009
  • Kaunas-London

    Only a hundred kilometres from the Lithuanian capital, Kaunas is considered to be the centre of Lithuania's economic life, notable for the spread of industry and rapid economic reform. The second... › More

    • Mar 3, 2009
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