- The overall cost of London 2012 was £8.92 billion, the Government revealed in October.
- That worked out at £142 per head for every UK resident.
- The Games came in under budget, with £9.3 billion set aside.
- The predicted cost when London won the bid in 2005 was just £2.37 billion.
- Today's report says the Games gave the UK economy a £9.9 billion trade and investment boost.
- It added that the total benefit to the UK could reach up to £41 billion by 2020.
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