The United States, Canada and Mexico will host the 2026 football World Cup. Their bid beat Morocco's in a vote at the FIFA Congress in Moscow. It comes at a time when relations between the three countries have hit new lows.
With the clock ticking, the US and Canada have reached a new trilateral trade deal with Mexico. Called USMCA, the pact will create a revamped NAFTA with key sections focusing on auto imports and Canada's dairy market.
FIFA is set to decide which country or countries will host the 2026 World Cup: the United States, Canada and Mexico – or Morocco. Could a tweet by the US president swing the vote in Morocco's favor?
A new North American trade agreement has been struck between the US, Canada and Mexico following tense negotiations. But is this a victory for US President Donald Trump or is the picture a little more nuanced?
Morocco has failed in its effort to secure hosting rights for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The country's bid team argued the tournament would bring an economic windfall, but how long-lasting would those benefits have been?
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