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West Indies back International Cricket Council plans on revenue share
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The West Indies Cricket Board has said it expects its revenue to rise by “at least 100%” over the next eight years if the International Cricket Council revenue share plans are voted in. Soumitra Bose | Last updated on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 20:31
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West Indies back International Cricket Council plans on revenue share
NDTVSports.com
The West Indies Cricket Board has said it expects its revenue to rise by "at least 100%" over the next eight years if the International Cricket Council revenue share plans are voted in. Soumitra Bose | Last updated on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 20:31
West Indies will toe the financial bottom lineESPNcricinfo.com
West Indies project doubled revenue if 'Big Three' rule cricketIBNLive
Australia's plan to seize joint-control of world cricket clears hurdle as West The Daily Telegraph
DAWN.com –Daily News & Analysis –The Hindu
all 1,319 news articles »

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