Every four years, when diverse cultures come together for the FIFA World Cup, the month-long competition leads to a sense of respect, admiration and empowerment among the teams and nations. As Brazil hosts 32 countries for the largest soccer tournament on Earth, millions of visitors will be exposed to one of the world’s most dynamic emerging economies. The World Cup may be a competition, but it’s also an opportunity for countries that wouldn’t otherwise be associated with one another to convene, intermingle and even learn a thing or two. Click here to read more.
07/08/14 | In the News