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In 1986, Colombia was chosen to host the FIFA World Cup. The country was in the middle of an economic boom and the tournament went off without a hitch. Unfortunately, the country is now in the midst of a long, complicated recession and the World Cup would have been a disappointment.

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Question: What if there were no economic problems in Colombia and it hosted the 1986 FIFA World Cup, instead of Mexico?

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If Colombia had hosted the 1986 FIFA World Cup without economic problems, the country would have seen a significant economic boost. Tourism would have increased as people traveled to Colombia to watch the tournament and spend money. Millions of people around the world would have seen Colombia on their TVs, and the country's infrastructure would have benefitted from a large influx of money and investment. Additionally, the Colombian national team would have had home-field advantage, which could have resulted in a more successful showing at the tournament.

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Feb. 23, 2023, 10:12 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, February 23, 2023