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Govt Cut Expenses on 2018 World Cup
24.05.2013 14:33
Govt Cut Expenses on 2018 World Cup
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The government has slashed its expenditures on the 2018 World Cup, says the Itar-Tass news agency.

      This is the lowest estimate provided by the Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko, Itar-Tass quoted deputy prime minister Igor Shuvalov as saying.

      Earlier, Standard & Poor's has put the price tag of hosting the major international football event at 1.258 trillion roubles, or $40 billion. 

Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Vitaly Mutko Igor Shuvalov 2018 World Cup   

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