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  • 2020 By the Book -- OCOG Budget/Non-OCOG Budget


    08/17/13

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    Tokyo proposes the largest OCOG budget of the three cities bidding for the 2020 Winter Olympics, while Istanbul's Non-OCOG budget is the largest. More details in this installment of By the Book, an exclusive series of reports from Around the Rings based on the candidate files of Istanbul, Madrid, and Tokyo

    Istanbul

    Total OCOG budget in 2012: $2.901 billion (in USD)
    Total OCOG budget in 2020: $4.181 billion (in USD)

    Total non-OCOG budget in 2012: $19.4 billion (in USD)
    Total non-OCOG budget in 2020: $24.1 billion (in USD)

    Madrid

    Total OCOG budget in 2012: $3.1 billion (in USD)
    Total OCOG budget in 2020: $3.64 billion (in USD)

    Total non-OCOG budget in 2012: $2.13 billion (in USD)
    Total non-OCOG budget in 2020: $2.5 billion (in USD)

    Tokyo

    Total OCOG budget in 2012: $3.42 billion (in USD)
    Total OCOG budget in 2020: $3.1 billion (in USD)

    Total non-OCOG budget in 2012: $4.92 billion (in USD)
    Total non-OCOG budget in 2020: $4.89 billion (in USD)

    By the Book is a series of reports on the 2020 candidate cities, using information provided in the candidate file of each city.

    Written by Aaron Bauer.

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