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Int'l Cricket Council Launches Corruption Investigation In Sri Lanka

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 25 / 17

The Int'l Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption Unit "launched an investigation in Sri Lanka," the ICC said, according to Greg Stutchbury of REUTERS. The ICC "did not give any details" as to what the nature of its investigation entailed, only that ACU officers had recently visited the country. ACU GM Al...

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