Examples of megacity in a Sentence
such modern megacities as São Paulo and Mexico City
Recent Examples of megacity from the Web
This megacity of 18 million sits on a peninsula surrounded by the sea.
This and many other timely topics will be explored at the upcoming Fortune Global Forum, which will take place in Guangzhou from Dec. 6-8, immediately after Brainstorm Tech International, to be held Dec. 5-6, also in the megacity of Guangzhou.
History often resurfaces as this quintessential megacity constantly changes shape – expanding outward, upward, and even below ground, taking on traffic and a growing population.
He was appointed governor of impoverished Guizhou and then, in July, to head the megacity of Chongqing.
That’s because digitization and crowdsourcing will actually undermine the very foundations of the megacity economy, which is typically built on some combination of manufacturing, commerce, retail and professional services.
And some stylish Brazilian furniture, by the likes of Oscar Niemeyer and Joaquim Tenreiro, offers a further jolt of megacity glamour for those of us who find New York a bit too small.
The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, just unveiled his plan to build a megacity in the dessert that will stretch over 10,000 square miles into Jordan and Egypt.
Recent mornings in the world’s most polluted megacity have already seen measures of toxic dust exceed ten times the World Health Organisation’s recommended maximum.
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