The United States, Mexico, and Canada have announced their collaboration to address any “collusive schemes” related to goods or services associated with the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Their aim is to prevent exploitation during the sporting event, according to a statement from the U.S. Justice Department on Friday. The coordination between the three countries is intended to deter any attempts to take advantage of the World Cup. The report was provided by Rami Ayyub, with writing by Brendan O’Brien and editing by Susan Heavey. The article concludes with a mention of Thomson RushHourDaily’ Trust Principles.
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