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the condition of being urbanized

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the social process whereby cities grow and societies become more urban

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With rapid industrialization, urbanization, and road construction projects on the rise, globally, the Cold Planers Market is expected to experience high demand in the coming years.
"Accelerated urbanization in Uganda presents immense opportunities and challenges that require strategic planning in order to harness the potential of urbanization for sustainable development," says Ms.
In a detailed study of Budapest's urban development between 1990 and 2010, Kiss seeks a systematic explanation of the seemingly disordered facts and micro-phenomena characterizing this period of urbanization. He also wants to establish a base for future comparative studies of cities in the region.
Urbanization in Africa is not just about emerging megacities like Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Nairobi, Khartoum, Casablanca and Greater Cairo, which alone will be home to an estimated 38 million people by 2050.
In the recent times Pakistan's urbanization is increasing by three percent every year, and it has led millions moving to cities in search of better prospects, and hence driving up the housing demand.
Urbanization - urban population (%) 2019 Country Ranks
The level of urbanization in 2010 was only 45.3 percent,' the PSA said.
Compared with data from the 2010 census of population, the level of urbanization in the country was only 45.3 percent.
Urbanization is also correlated with economic efficiency and growth.
To understand what Keil construes as the suburban on a planetary scale, we are invited to put aside the meanings traditionally ascribed to the words "suburbs", "outskirts", "peripheries" or "semi-peripheries", and even to consider neologisms like post-suburbanization--"a term mostly trying to denote that historical suburbs have now entered themselves into a complex renewal and urbanization process" (39).
Even ancestral domains of indigenous people will be transformed as part of the urbanization plan to make the land more productive, he added, citing the case of Malaysia when thousands of individuals became millionaires because of the urbanization.
ISLAMABAD -- Caretaker Finance Minister, Dr Shamshad Akhtar Thursday stressed the need for mainstreaming urbanization to lead the country towards sustained development and promote growth and prosperity.
Access to clean drinking water, lack of sewage treatment facilities and solid waste management, shortage of power supply and so many other issues have been identified in report as a result of urbanization. The findings of the study reveal that the ten selected cities make up more than half of the total urban population, accounting for 54 percent of the national urban population.
adult males and females, the prevalence of obesity is 38.9 percent and varies with level of urbanization, according to a study published in the June 19 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Hafeez Ullah Khan - Civilization's history is also history of urbanization (an old age process at varying pace through time) with a few cities around 400 BC supporting large rural population.