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SBD Global/April 7, 2014/Facilities
Official: Problems Ignored At Stadium Hosting World Cup Opener In Brazil
Published April 7, 2014
OLYMPIC UPDATE: The AP also reported more than 2,000 construction workers "were off the job Friday in the second day of a strike that has slowed work at the Olympic Park," the main cluster of venues for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. A spokesperson for construction consortium Rio Mais said that "he was not sure when work would resume." In a statement, Rio Mais said that "it expected any lost time to be made up quickly and said the construction timetable would not be affected" (AP, 4/4).