GLUT OF COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE.
The many small commercial malls located throughout Santo Domingo Santo Domingo, pueblo, United States
Santo Domingo (sän'tə dəmĭng`gō), pueblo (1990 pop. 2,866), Sandoval co., N central N.Mex., on the Rio Grande; founded c.1700 after earlier pueblos were destroyed by floods. and Santiago are suffering a glut glut pronounced as rut, slut Vox populi An excess of a service or skilled labor in a particular area. See Physician glut. of commercial space, caused by the bankruptcies of many small businesses, reports Diario Libre (April 21, 2003). Unable to afford the high rents, high maintenance charges, high power bills, and labor costs to include the new social security charges, many businesses are being forced out of operation by the slow sales levels. Many stores were not in possession of any particular niche in the market, and when the small malls' foot-traffic dwindled, many called it quits quits
On even terms with by payment or requital: I am finally quits with the loan.
[Middle English, probably alteration (influenced by Medieval Latin . These small malls also say they face competition from the office towers that are ensured traffic from the people who work there. In Plaza Andaluc?a (Abraham Lincoln and Gustavo Mej?a Ricart), 12 shops have closed in past months or have opted for a change of location. Reportedly, monthly rents cost RD$28,000 per 83-square-meter locale (programming) locale - A geopolitical place or area, especially in the context of configuring an operating system or application program with its character sets, date and time formats, currency formats etc.
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1. As stated or indicated by; on the authority of: according to historians.
2. In keeping with: according to instructions.
3. the Fondo Nacional de la Vivienda Popular, in 2002 there were 125,899 square meters of office space available and another 101,535 square meters under construction.