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Shopping centers: Are out of town shopping malls and hypermarkets a positive development?

  • They are a positive development.

    Out of town shopping malls and hypermarkets are a positive development. It allows businesses to expand and reach bigger markets then before. It also allows people who are not in major cities benefit from what the bigger markets and malls have to offer. Overall, out of town shopping malls and hypermarkets benefit everyone.

  • Yes, developing out of town provides goods for a larger amount of people.

    Yes, out of town shopping malls and hypermarkets are a positive development, because they allow people in rural or lightly populated areas the ability to obtain goods and services. People living in these areas might be in a food desert, and have no other access to these things. It is important that business owners develop new buildings and stores where they see fit. If people are willing to shop at these stores, they should be allowed to build them.

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