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Walter de Gregorio, director of communications and public affairs at FIFA, says that while Wednesday's arrests aren't good for the soccer body's image, the World Cups in Qatar and Russia will continue as planned.
Walter de Gregorio, director of communications and public affairs at FIFA, says that elections will go ahead as planned, and that FIFA cannot confirm names or number of arrests.
Walter de Gregorio, director of communications and public affairs at FIFA, says FIFA will provide all information necessary to help with Swiss investigations.
Six officials from world's football governing body, FIFA, have been arrested in Zurich, in connection to alleged bribes amounting up to more than $100 million. CNBC's Geoff Cutmore discusses.
After the arrest of six FIFA officials on corruption charges, Qatar's controversial win of 2022 World Cup hosting rights is looking uncertain.
Criticized and even sued for facilitating the counterfeit goods trade, Alibaba has been quietly piloting a plan to curb fakes at source.
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