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Maracanã May Need $5M Tunnel Widening; Rio State Government Refuses To Pay

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 28 / 15

Maracanã stadium's field entry tunnels may need to be widened for the Olympic Games opening ceremonies but those "will not be paid for by the Rio de Janeiro state government," according to Leonardo Filipo of GLOBO ESPORTE. State Secretary of Rio de Janeiro Leonardo Espíndola said,...

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