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Misato Tanaka

on 24 January 2014

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Transcript of TOKYO

The positive economic effects of the Olympic can get three times.
1. Positive Economic Effects
2. The Creations of New Jobs
3. The Infrastructure Development
Main Point
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be beneficial for Japan
Main Point 1
Main Point 2
Main Point 3

Affirmative Side
Saki Aratani, Mao Saitoh, Misato Tanaka

the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games:
●the National Stadium was constructed
 →use it as an event site like sports or live shows even now
●Toukaidou super express was started into business
 →support our daily lives even now

the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games:
●New National Stadium will be build
 →accommodate 80,000 people
 →have a roof which can be opened
●Metropolitan Expressway will be reconstructed
 →have an easy access to the airport
⇒show the high-technology of Japan
 be useful for people who are not only our generation but also the future generation
The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games will be beneficial for Japan!!
●The number of today’s unemployment people is about 2.500.000
→ the number of hiring will increase to about 1.500.000 people.

●Various field of job industry
 → tourist business, service , media,
   sporting goods companies, building industry…

●Order the essential things for infrastructure improvement to
 Tohoku area companies.
 → big chance for them
   because they can show their techniques all over the world.
1.Before the Olympic Games
2.During the Olympic Games
3.After the Olympic Games
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