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London 2012: Olympic legacy not felt by all

19 July 2013 Last updated at 20:37 BST

A report has claimed London 2012 added £10bn to the UK economy, however some shop owners say the Games were bad for business.

Although designer Tej Chuggar says the Games gave his business a cash boost, Eric Kitts from Greenwich Grocers says London 2012 has left no legacy in his area, while florist Dave Manchester says the event actually drove business away.

Mayor Boris Johnson said the Games had a definite "forward momentum economically".

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