Budapest May Withdraw City's '24 Games Bid Werner, Henry Have No Plans To Sell Red Sox Cubs Lift StubHub Ticket-Sale Cutoff Univ. Of South Carolina Planning Stadium Upgrades Stars' Dave Strader Returning To Booth DC United Receives Approval To Build Audi Field NBC Expanding FIS Nordic Ski Championships Coverage Daily Digit Raiders Securing Bank Financing For Vegas Stadium? Nature's Bakery Intends To Countersue SHR
Budapest Mayor Says He May Withdraw City's '24 Games BidPublished in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 17 / 17
The mayor of Budapest on Friday said that he may “propose withdrawing the city’s bid” for the ‘24 Games “as soon as next week.” Mayor Istvan Tarlos said that he “could make his proposal to the Budapest Assembly as soon as Wednesday, once he has confirmed t...
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