November 26, 2022

Concerns over human rights take back seat to reaching global audience
SEOUL — Asia has never had a bigger presence at a World Cup than it will this year, either on or — by a more significant margin — off the field.
A record six Asian teams will compete in the quadrennial soccer tournament, which kicks off in Qatar on Sunday, out of a total of 32. Asia-based companies, meanwhile, make up nine of FIFA’s 14 partners and World Cup sponsors.
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