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AC Milan Still Awaiting Decision On Bid To Acquire City's Former Trade Fair Grounds

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 08 / 15

AC Milan is "still waiting to discover" whether it has been successful in its bid to "acquire the city's former trade fair grounds for the construction of a new stadium," according to Ben Gladwell of ESPN. A tender process ended several months ago "and a decision over which bid the current land owne...

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