US Malls Hunt For Shoppers

US Malls Hunt For Shoppers
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Malls are going bankrupt across America but bargain-hunting investors are still buying into those which can secure prized anchor tenants and provide ‘experiences’ for the modern shopper. Joe Rennison reports from Hudson Valley mall in upstate New York

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