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AEG’s O2 Arena targets April comeback for London live events

The O2 Arena in London. (Photo: AEG).

Paul Samuels, executive vice-president of global partnerships for live sport and entertainment company AEG, says the company is targeting a full schedule of events at London's O2 Arena from April next year. Ben Cronin reports.

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