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India's Largest Mall Opens With 1.7 Million Square Feet of Retail

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Mantri Square, India's biggest mall, has just opened its doors on Sampige Roade, Malleswaram, in Bangalore this week. Its 1.7 million square feet houses 252 retail stores—including international names Marks & Spencer, Adidas, Nike, Crocs, and Benetton—and employs over 4,600 people. Still, it hardly holds a candle to the world's largest mall: the South China Mall, which clocks in at 7.1 million square feet!
· Mantri Square [Official Site]
· The World's 10 Largest Shopping Malls [Forbes]