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Decision On Circuit Of Wales Funding Expected To Be Made By Mid-May

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 03 / 31 / 17

A decision on whether to back the £425M ($530M) Circuit of Wales with public money "will not be taken until about mid-May," according to the BBC. Welsh Economy Secretary Ken Skates said that the firm that wants to build the motor racing track near Ebbw Vale "had still not provided all informat...

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