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BUENOS AIRES THROWS HAT INTO THE RING FOR THE 2004 GAMES
Published December 15, 1995
Argentinean President Carlos Menem yesterday submitted a bid for Buenos Aires to host the 2004 Summer Games. Spain's Seville is expected to make their presentation today; Cape Town, South Africa, will present on Monday; and Puerto Rico on Tuesday. Athens is also expected to bid. Cities which have already submitted bids: Rio de Janeiro, Rome, Lille (France), Istanbul and St. Petersburg (Russia). The deadline for bids is January 10, with the final choice expected in '97 (AP/ATLANTA CONSTITUTION, 12/15).