US, Mexico, Canada aim to deter exploitation of 2026 FIFA World Cup -statement

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 - Final - Argentina v France - Lusail Stadium, Lusail, Qatar - December 18, 2022 General view of the World Cup trophy during the closing ceremony before the match REUTERS/Hannah Mckay/File Photo

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States, Mexico and Canada are coordinating to tackle any "collusive schemes" involving goods or services connected to the 2026 FIFA World Cup in an bid to avoid exploitation of the sporting event, the U.S. Justice Department said on Friday.

(Reporting by Rami Ayyub; writing by Brendan O'Brien; editing by Susan Heavey)

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