South Africa's government said Friday it spent $1.1 billion on building and upgrading stadiums. Transport was the biggest cost, with $1.3 billion dedicated to upgrading road, rail and air links.
While it is still difficult to calculate how much the country earned, South Africa's government said there was an “intangible legacy” left from the world’s biggest soccer tournament.
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