Shopping centres in the Czech Republic and SlovakiaIn Slovakia, the most GLA-saturated cities as of 2010 included: Zilina, where GLA per 1,000 inhabitants exceeded 1,000 m², as well as Bratislava (816 m²), followed by Nitra and Trencin. The capital, Bratislava, has a population of only 430,000, and Kosice, the second city in Slovakia, has 234,000 inhabitants. Both still have the potential to host additional GLA within their borders.
In the Czech Republic, Liberec was the most saturated city as of 2010: its GLA per 1,000 inhabitants exceeded 1,200 m². The capital city, Prague, home to more than 1.2 million people, is the most developed large city in the whole of Central Europe. In 2007, GDP per capita in purchasing power standard (PPS) in the Prague region was the equivalent of 172% of the average level in the European Union. However, in the case of GLA per 1,000 inhabitants, Prague sits only on sixth position in the Czech Republic with 585 m².
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