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Well people in London hoping this Summer Olympics would be a major boost terrorism but according to many business owners that really has not been the case the Olympic park is busy.
But the popular shops restaurants and theaters in Central London are struggling and what expert describes the entire situation as a disaster.
For the British economy our Greg how cot report.
-- the -- market East London things are busy in Central London though it's another story streets have been empty one -- called it a ghost town.
Big advantage grated buried -- you lineup.
Filled restaurant tables are all but empty we expect -- -- -- -- -- boost trade would -- the -- the Olympics but so far it hasn't happened.
This is at hotels and attractions was off as much as 40%.
April towards this is down by.
For more was seeing a substantial drop -- And domestic business and that's what's -- the London economy -- -- -- -- -- usually sold out London theaters.
-- the problem is officials here in -- worried about Olympic chaos in congestion to some extent warn people to stay away.
And to some extent.
Things got so bad at the British government had to beg.
The -- back and -- working well it's open for business come back into the capital coming shall there aren't -- signs that more folks are coming back to London.
Reassured they will.
The -- problem.
We're just take a break from the games we've had no problems getting in and out at all won't medical medical center -- -- no problem -- no problem no different shopping.
Still it might take a lot more visitors than that to pay off the Olympics fifteen billion dollar price tag.
In London Greg Palkot Fox News.
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