BANGLATOWN - CITY HIDDEN IN LONDON
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BANGLATOWN - CITY HIDDEN IN LONDON
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S0321-50750000616-3-1
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Authors
Olga Merenkova 
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49-52
Abstract
This article is dedicated to analysis of several factors which influenced on formation of zone of highest concentration of Bangladeshi migrants in London, which later received official name - Banglatown. Nowadays Banglatown is a special urban space, centre of Bangladeshi business activity and one of the London touristic symbols, famous for ethnic restaurants. This article is based on fieldwork of the author.
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migration, migrants, Bangladeshis, Banglatown, London, catering business
Date of publication
01.01.2018
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