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Int'l Cricket Council, BCCI Agree To New Finance Model For '16-23 Rights Cycle

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 06 / 23 / 17

The BCCI and Int'l Cricket Council "finally reached an agreement on a new finance model," according to Nagraj Gollapudi of ESPN.com. The "bare facts" are the BCCI will receive "a little over" $100M more than what was agreed upon by a "vast majority" of the ICC board in meetings in April and "most of...

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