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We're just about halfway the games, but we already have some estimates of how much Pyeongchang 2018 has costed. $12.9 billion dollars. Still a farcry to the infamous $50 billion of Sochi, and it's almost on pair with the $13.1 billion of Rio 2016. Still though, it is a shame the costs increased because of transport (that train from Seoul to Gangneung along added a lot of money to the budget) https://www.cbssports.com/olympics/news/2018-winter-olympics-pyeongchang-games-reportedly-cost-4b-more-than-expected/ Time will tell, but the early indications are that the big bucks may b
Today i could read a news which explains the real geo-political situation in the 2020 election. It is in Spanish but i have tried to traslate the main ideas. http://www.marca.com/2013/03/23/mas_deportes/otros_deportes/1364046265.html?a=PR8b1eddc2f85e71a9d2cf291cb7dd93d22&t=1364047845 1. Madrid 2020 is better than the last two bids before: compact and using emblematics venues. 2. Spanish Government runs with the account if there is deficit. And it has signed the guarantees of which it will be he who supports. 3. Clear answers to the evaluation comission. There werent any question witho