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SoftBank's Son says 'afraid' about Tokyo 2020

SoftBank's Son says 'afraid' about Tokyo 2020

13/5/2021 2:18:00 PM

SoftBank's Son says 'afraid' about Tokyo 2020

SoftBank Group Corp CEO Masayoshi Son said on Thursday he is 'afraid of having the Olympics ' during the COVID-19 pandemic due to its potential ...

SportSoftBank Group Corp CEO Masayoshi Son said on Thursday he is"afraid of having the Olympics" during the COVID-19 pandemic due to its potential impact on Japan and countries sending athletes to the Games in Tokyo.FILE PHOTO: Japan's SoftBank Group Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son bows his head after his presentation at a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, Nov. 5, 2018. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File Photo

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13 May 2021 06:51PMShare this contentBookmarkTOKYO: SoftBank Group Corp CEO Masayoshi Son said on Thursday he is"afraid of having the Olympics" during the COVID-19 pandemic due to its potential impact on Japan and countries sending athletes to the Games in Tokyo.

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