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London aims for the gold medal

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Published on 25/11/05 - Updated on 17/03/22

The British capital dresses its wounds and looks towards the future. Its advantage: the prospect of holding the Olympic Games in 2012 and the exciting projects which come with it. Its challenge: to stand up to competition from other capital cities by over coming structural hurdles.

The year started well for the British capital. However, after an outstanding first season in terms of the numbers of tourists visiting the capital, the July terrorist attacks dealt a cruel blow to the figures and abruptly stopped the rise. Everything leads to believe that the drama will not have a...

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