Tokyo Cuts Costs for 2022 Summer Olympics

“We want to deliver fantastic games but at the same time we don’t want to use any public funds if we can help it,” said Hidemasa Nakamura, the chief financial officer of Tokyo 2020. “We will continue to try to reduce (costs) further.” The Tokyo …
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