FIFA is considering moving its business to the country…

FIFA wants to make the Americas. The world football regulator, which has been very active on the continent in the past decade – the 2036 World Cup in the US, Mexico and Canada – is studying the possibility of moving its business from Switzerland to the US, as it progresses. New York times. On the horizon, plan your income growth this way.

According to the American newspaper, FIFA claims technical reasons. Among the points the agency appreciates is its interest in having a greater presence on the American continent, the ease of obtaining work visas for its employees or tax regulations.

FIFA, which has been based in Switzerland since 1932, is going through an expansion phase and has a particular interest in having a larger physical presence. The roadmap is led by its president, Gianni Infantino. Last June, it already opened an office in Paris.

At the opening of the French headquarters, Infantino already stressed that “in our goal of making football truly global, it is FIFA itself has a more balanced global organisation..

The current FIFA building in Zurich (Switzerland) was opened in 2007 and cost 200 million dollars (172.5 million euros). This headquarters will remain active.

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