How are Megalopolises Changing the Global Economy?

Megalopolises are sets of adjacent cities that form continued urbanized regions. Unlike megacities, megalopolises are defined by their economic size. Euromonitor identifies 20 megalopolises worldwide. Fransua Vytautas Razvadauskas, Senior City Analyst at Euromonitor, discusses where these megalopolises exist, how the economy benefits from their existence, and the outlook for the creation of new megalopolises.

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