The deal will take effect from February next year and immediately add to the port's earnings.
PLUS: Two interesting aspects to the case beyond the Twitter hoopla - "robust observations" on witness credibility, and vindication vs financial compensation.
The former Indian cricket boss who made the match-fixing claim is also told to pay £400,000 - but has already taken steps to avoid the tab.
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