IOC, Tokyo organizers aim to cut costs for the 2020 Olympics

TOKYO — The International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo organizing committee wrapped up a two-day project review on Wednesday vowing to cut costs for the 2020 Games and address concerns over water pollution in Tokyo Bay. IOC vice-president John Coates …
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