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Big brands bet on World Cup fever in India, where cricket is 'religion'

BENGALURU (Reuters) - Indian advertisers are on track to spend more than $400 million (315.73 million pounds) during this year's ICC Cricket World Cup, looking to cash in on a mania that is smashing viewing records in the world's biggest market for the sport.

Qatar's real estate market faces reality check ahead of World Cup

DOHA/DUBAI (Reuters) - Qatar's Doha Tower, a spike-tipped cylinder that glows orange at night, won an award when finished in 2012 amid a Gulf-wide real estate boom, but today about half of its 46 floors are empty.

Asian Games - Some grumbles over tickets, transport as Indonesia works on fixes

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Some spectators had complaints ranging from problems with the ticketing systems to transport arrangements on the third day of competition at the 18th Asian Games as organisers in Indonesia pledged quick fixes.

Malaysians impressed by Phuket expo

A DELEGATION from Malaysia and Brunei saw first-hand what it’s like to organise an expo of genuine international repute when they visited the Thailand Golf Travel Mart 2018 in Phuket.

Feeling les bleus - China firm to refund $12 million after France World Cup win

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - A Chinese kitchen appliance maker is paying out up to 79 million yuan (£8.9 million) in refunds to its customers after vowing last month that it would do so if France won the soccer World Cup competition.

A Sombrero and a Dream: One Cash-Strapped Fan's World Cup Odyssey

YEKATERINBURG, Russia — A sombrero, out here, has special powers.

Chinese Fans Paid Dearly for World Cup Tickets That Never Materialized

HONG KONG — Xue Qiulian has been a die-hard fan of Argentina’s national soccer team since his junior high school days in Guangzhou, a southern Chinese megacity. But his dream of seeing the team play live was always out of reach — until this year, when he could finally afford to attend the World Cup, in Russia.

Force India ready to hit back after cash squeeze

LONDON (Reuters) - Force India's slow start to the Formula One season can partly be blamed on rivals blocking the cash advances that have helped the team through the winter in the past, according to chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer.