About 75 per cent of tickets offered in China’s second lottery for this year’s Olympic games remained unsold despite a flood of applications, organizers said on Monday. The Beijing organizing committee (BOCOG) said it received more than 4.5 million applications for some 1.8 million tickets but was only able to allocate 450,000 tickets, apparently because most people applied for a similar range of popular events. Full Story
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