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September 30, 2015
A worker sits next to the Museu do Amanha (Museum of Tomorrow), which is under construction, at the port...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker sits next to the Museum of Tomorrow, which is under construction, at the port zone in Rio de...
A worker sits next to the Museu do Amanha (Museum of Tomorrow), which is under construction, at the port zone in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 23, 2015. The highway has been torn down, tunnels dug, and the walkways and gardens laid in Rio de Janeiro's new business district. But the dozens of office towers needed to make the 8 billion real ($2 billion) renovation viable are missing. The transformation of a derelict port district before the 2016 Olympic Games is a flagship development that wasn't supposed to cost Brazilian taxpayers a thing. Less than a year before the Olympics, however, a real-estate meltdown in Rio has killed appetite for new skyscrapers and left a public fund - which paid upfront for infrastructure betting it could profit by selling building rights - shouldering the burden of the 8 billion real cost. Picture taken on September 23, 2015. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
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