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British banks to review possible corrupt FIFA payments

Two British banks say they have launched internal reviews into how allegedly corrupt payments were funneled through their institutions as part of the years-long world football bribery scheme.…

Costa Rica football federation received bribe from U.S. company for Eduardo Li: Prosecutors

According to a 161-page indictment by prosecutors in the United States, the Costa Rican Football Federation (Fedefútbol) received a bribe on behalf of its president, Eduardo Li, from a U.S.…

Latin America hails FIFA indictments that hit long-serving soccer bosses

A sprawling U.S. criminal probe into the "World Cup of fraud" within global soccer touched hard on Latin America and the Caribbean and made clear that many disgusted fans were…

President of Costa Rica’s soccer federation amongst those arrested in major FIFA corruption scandal

Football's global governing body, FIFA, was rocked Wednesday by a massive U.S. federal corruption indictment against current and former top officials and the announcement of a separate investigation by Swiss…

Chinese not interested in financing Nicaragua Canal: Panama official

Email this page April 14th, 2015 (InsideCostaRica.com) The administrator of the Panama Canal, Jorge Luis Quijano, said Monday that Chinese state builders are wary of becoming involved in the Nicaraguan…

Thousands protest in Nicaragua’s capital against $50 billion canal project

Email this page By Gabrielle Meyer December 11th, 2014 (VOXXI) Thousands of people marched through Managua on Wednesday to protest Nicaragua’s planned $50 billion inter-oceanic canal. In June 2013, Nicaraguan…

How Nicaragua and HKND plan to mitigate environmental impact of their canal

Email this page November 28th, 2014 (NN) - On Nov. 20, the HKND Company and its subcontractors presented the results of their feasibility studies as well as a report on the…

Despite December start date, critical details of Nicaragua Canal remain a mystery

Despite December start date, critical details of Nicaragua Canal remain a mystery

After months of closed-door meetings, uncertainties and an escalating chorus of protests, Latin America’s largest-ever infrastructure project seems to be barreling forward. Nicaragua is set on breaking ground for its…

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