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World Cup 2011 gets Rs 45 cr tax exemption
According to officials, the total receipts of the ICC from the ongoing World Cup is Rs 1,476 crore.
New Delhi: In a relief to the International Cricket Council, the government on Thursday approved tax exemption of about Rs 45 crore for incomes from the ongoing World Cup.
The decision was taken at a meeting of the Cabinet, which was also attended by Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar, who is currently the President of ICC.
"The tax exemption will on the income arising in India from the ICC World Cup 2011 to the subsidiaries of the ICC, only where the contractual obligation to bear the income tax liabilities is on these entities," Information and
Broadcasting Minister Ambika Soni said.
The financial implication will be Rs 45 crore approximately, she added.
According to finance ministry officials, the total receipts of the ICC from the ongoing World Cup is Rs 1,476 crore, while the cost for organising the event is Rs 571 crore.
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