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By The Book

By the Book: 2012 Aquatics Venues

April 07, 2005

 (ATR) Each of the five bid cities will need to construct its respective aquatics venues for the 2012 Games. Madrid and Moscow plan to finish its venues before the other citie...

By the Book: 2012 Security Budget

April 06, 2005

 (ATR) New York estimates that it will spend the most on security for the 2012 Games. Each city will use assistance from government and military entities in addition to their ...

By the Book: 2012 Security Personnel

April 05, 2005

 By the Book: 2012 Security Personnel(ATR) Madrid estimates that it will use the highest number of security personnel for the 2012 Games. Along with Moscow, the two citiesâ?? ...

By the Book: 2012 Olympic Stadiums

April 04, 2005

 (ATR) Two of the five bid cities need to construct Olympic stadiums. Only Paris and Moscow havestadiums completed.Olympic Stadium Venues (Date Built/Completed; Cost; Capacity...

By the Bookâ??2012 Bids Ticket Revenue

April 03, 2005

 (ATR) New York City expects to take in $852 million from ticket sales for the 2012 Olympics, should the city get the Games, making up 27.6% of New Yorkâ??s revenue.Projected ...

By the Book â?? Olympic Marks Protection

April 03, 2005

 (ATR) Four of the five cities bidding for the 2012 Games use their respective NOCâ??s in order to protect Olympic symbols and terms. The only exception is Madrid, which relie...

By the Book â?? 2012 Licensing Revenue

April 02, 2005

 (ATR) New York City expects to take in $117 million from product licensing for the 2012 Olympics, should they get the Games. Moscow and London are relatively close behind.Pro...

By the Book: Infrastructure

March 31, 2005

 (ATR) London expects to invest the most money towards non-Olympic Committee purposes for the 2012 Games. Among these include upgrades to airports and transportation systems, ...

By the Book: Sponsorship Income

March 30, 2005

 (ATR) New York and London plan to have the highest income form domestic sponsors in the even they get the 2012 Olympics. The primary categories for each cityâ??s income would...

By the Book: Gross Domestic Product

March 29, 2005

 By the Book â?? 2012 Bid City Gross Domestic product(ATR) New York City has the highest gross regional product of the five 2012 bid cities. More inside in By the Book, an Aro...

By the Book: 2012 Licensing Revenue

July 01, 2005

 (ATR) New York City expects to take in $117 million from product licensing for the 2012 Olympics, should they get the Games. Moscow and London are relatively close behind.Pro...

By the Book: Weather

June 29, 2003

 (ATR) Madrid and New York, on average, have the warmest period during the proposed Olympic dates than the other bidding cities. However, New York also has the rainiest period...

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