Tokyo Games savings at $4.3 billion but more to come: CEO Muto

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Several measures have cut the cost of staging the 2020 Tokyo Olympics by $4.3 billion but organizers are determined to save more money in the next two years, Tokyo Games …
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