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Alex Gekker, Sam Hind, Sybille Lammes, Chris Perkins, and Clancy Wilmott

the map user with them and bringing into being new mobile possibilities. Throughout that period, Google Maps rose to become the de facto mapping platform for millions around the world. Fighting off direct challenges from rival technology companies such as Yahoo, Microsoft and Apple (as well as from several regulators and government agencies), Google also contested interventions 4 Time for mapping from the likes of OpenStreetMap (OSM), and acquired an ever-growing number of technology start-ups from Waze to Skybox Imaging, to strengthen its position as the most

in Time for mapping
Analysing the linkages and exploring possibilities for improving health and wellbeing
Warren Smit

, Lyon and Potts, 2007 ). They ‘control the selling space and can therefore exclude others and have wider effects on the vegetable production and marketing system’ (Lyon, 2003 : 20). In Maputo, for example, ‘the market committees provide infrastructure (water, toilets, etc.), maintenance and security services, and organise cleaning in their respective markets … The committees also act as the principal regulators in the markets’ (Lindell, 2008 : 1889). Local governments also usually play a role in managing marketplaces, partially because trader fees can be a

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city