Can the Rio Olympics deliver a lasting legacy?

20 April 2016

A corpse in Olympic waters, spending cuts and fl ak from the IOC; the run up to the Rio Games has been tough. Yet it is hoped this massive procurement project will still deliver a lasting legacy for the city.

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