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Some sources say that they will completely renovate current stadium. While the others report that they will demolish old stadium and built the one on the same place. What is the true?
 

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Capital78, in the old project, the stadium would be remodelled using 1/4 from the old stadium, but now, the Fonte Nova stadium will be demolished and built the one on the same place.

Sorry, but my english isn't good.:eek:hno:
 

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Wow, great stadium!

Has Brazil found gold in the Amazonas and oil along it's shores?
A WC with a line-up of new stadiums in 2014 and a Olympics in 2016!

Were does all the money come from?
 

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Wow, great stadium!

Has Brazil found gold in the Amazonas and oil along it's shores?
A WC with a line-up of new stadiums in 2014 and a Olympics in 2016!

Were does all the money come from?
Actually,brazilian citizens pay the bigger tolls in the whole world. And brazilian economy is the 5th better in the world. Hey,I almost forgot: brazilian oil stock is the bigger one in american continent. So...I think NOW you know where this money come from.:)

Besides it,there'll be a lot of private investments. Brazil is much more capable than you think.
 

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Actually,brazilian citizens pay the bigger tolls in the whole world. And bazilian economy is the 5th better in the world. Hey,I almost forgot: brazilian oil stock is the bigger one in american continent. So...I think NOW you know where this money come from.:)

Besides it,there'll be a lot of private investments. Brazil is much more capable than you think.
And we've also found huge pre-salt layers in the brazilian coast some kilometers below that will put Brasil feet to feet with Saudi Arabia in therms of oil in the next 5 years.
 

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Wow, great stadium!

Has Brazil found gold in the Amazonas and oil along it's shores?
A WC with a line-up of new stadiums in 2014 and a Olympics in 2016!

Were does all the money come from?
It depends on which structure to be built. For WC 2014 some stadiums will be builted with each Brazilian states money that will host WC and some of them with BNDES (a Brazilian state development bank). For OG mainly Brazilian federal money and BNDES money.
 

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Wow, great stadium!

Has Brazil found gold in the Amazonas and oil along it's shores?
A WC with a line-up of new stadiums in 2014 and a Olympics in 2016!

Were does all the money come from?
well, Brazil is the in average the 10th largest economy in the world since the 60s (it was already 8th, and also when the currency devaluated against the dollar, GDP Nominal got lower and we fell to 12th position)
 

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Some news:

The tender is finished. An OII (Odebrecht)/OAS/Amsterdam Arena joint venture will be responsable for stadium construction and operation (for 32 yrs).
 

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The old stadium is falling into disrepair and that stand collapse meant that it apparently suffers from concrete cancer. It would probably be better if the new stadium had a 60,000 capacity instead of a 50,000 capacity. And what is that gap in the stands at the southern end of the stadium with a bridge? You'd probably be left with some room to expand in the new stadium.

Also, is the gymnasium also going to be demolished for the new stadium?
 

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The old stadium is falling into disrepair and that stand collapse meant that it apparently suffers from concrete cancer. It would probably be better if the new stadium had a 60,000 capacity instead of a 50,000 capacity. And what is that gap in the stands at the southern end of the stadium with a bridge? You'd probably be left with some room to expand in the new stadium.

Also, is the gymnasium also going to be demolished for the new stadium?
Salvador doesnt need a 60,000 stadium. 50.000 will just fit for the city.

That gap is to garantee the beautiful view of the dam. It wont be used to a future expansion. The new stadium was just aproved if they keep that gap.

Yes, the Gym will also be demolished.
 
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