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SBD Global/October 3, 2013/Facilities
Construction On Curitiba, Brazil's World Cup Stadium Suspended Due To 'Safety Risk'
Published October 3, 2013
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'NO PLAN B': The BBC reported the news comes a week after an investigation "revealed that construction workers employed on another World Cup-related project faced what were termed 'slave-like' conditions." Investigators said that "more than 100 workers employed to expand Sao Paulo's international airport were living in unsuitable accommodation near the building site." Valcke said in regards to further delays that there was "no plan B" (BBC, 10/2).