Olympic construction publicity ban ends
Civil engineering firms that worked on the Olympic Park are free to advertise their achievements after officials lifted stringent marketing rules that have been in place since London won the right to host the Games in July 2005. Previously, firms were legally restricted from advertising their involvement in the Games unless they had paid sponsorship rights.
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