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Published November 28, 2013
UNAUTHORIZED AGENTS PUNISHED: In Mexico City, Luis Moreno reported Mexico's government "will sanction 11 travel agencies for offering 2014 World Cup travel packages without FIFA accreditation." The federal government demanded that Escotours, Mexicotur, Travel Viajes Mexic, Mexticket, Global Entertainment Mexico, Cuevas Travel, Elite Tours, Meza Sports, Veloso Travel, Eight Tours and Travel Sports System get "approval from FIFA, but none were able to do so." In Mexico, the only agencies authorized by FIFA to offer World Cup packages are Mundomex and Nevada Tours (LA AFICION, 11/27).