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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Who pays if coronavirus forces cancellation?

The head of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee said the Games would be 'scrapped' rather than delayed a further year to 2022. With stadiums built and tickets sold, who will pay the price if that happens?

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