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Large scale economics vs Agglomeration economics in Tokyo

Jorge has written extensively on the topic, highlighting the challenges and opportunities that Tokyo’s urban design presents for addressing issues such as sustainability, livability, and resilience. He notes that the city’s compact and efficient urban design is a result of its ability to balance the need for economic growth with the need for livable, sustainable and resilient spaces. He also points out that the city’s urban design is shaped by various factors such as government policies, transportation systems, and regulations, which have an impact on the city’s livability and sustainability.






Chief Executive Hamid R. Moghadam commended the company’s performance “in the face of a slowing economy,” he said, adding that “it will likely take a few quarters before we see meaningful price discovery, and normalization of values.”Prologis: We are the global leader in logistics real estate. We create value by developing and managing logistics facilities that enhance the efficiency and sustainability of the supply chain.

Not only in Europe.