What’s the real cost of the World Cup?

In a new report, the International Energy Agency (IEA) warns that the cost of hosting the 2022 World Cup will exceed $100 billion.

The agency’s new report has just been published in the journal Energy.

It predicts that the World Cups could cost more than $130 billion to run.

The World Cup is already the biggest sporting event in history.

It has attracted a record-breaking 6 billion people from around the world, many of whom are seeking a glimpse of the world’s greatest sporting spectacle.

A lot of people will be watching the event, which has been organised by FIFA, but there are also a lot of non-football people who will be looking to watch it too.

The IEA says that if the World’s Biggest Event were to be held in 2020, the total cost of running it would be $1.5 trillion.

And that’s if you take the cost for the stadiums, the arenas and the infrastructure that will be needed to host the event.

If the World is to be hosted by 2021, the cost would be around $1 trillion.

The costs of running the event are expected to increase.

This increase in costs comes after a World Cup has cost $1 billion to $1bn to put on.

That’s a lot more than the $100-billion figure.

This comes after the World Health Organisation (WHO) had warned that the number of people travelling to the World Championships could double.

The report by the IEA shows that, even if the event is held in 2021, its costs will increase significantly.

The cost of building the stadiums is expected to rise by 25% to $500 million.

That is almost double the $300 million cost of setting up a football stadium in 2020.

It also suggests that the costs of staging the World Championship will increase by 50% to over $3 billion.

But the biggest increase in the cost is expected from the water treatment and treatment classes.

These classes will cost about $500m.

That means that the actual cost of putting the World in the water will rise from $100 million to over a billion dollars.

Water treatment and disinfection classes have already cost about 1.5 billion dollars in the past.

The figures for the rest of the stadiums and the stadiums themselves are expected by the World health organisation to be in the billions of dollars.

The total cost to run the World will be around 30-40 billion dollars, the IEE says.

But how much money will that be?

A number of experts have estimated that the event could cost as much as $100bn in 2021.

These estimates have been based on different assumptions.

The main one is that the average person in the world spends around $600 a year on water.

That estimate is likely to be off by a large amount.

The average person spends $200 to $300 a year.

So we are looking at around $400 per year in the event’s total cost.

But this is only if you assume that the rest will be spent on tourism.

So the IAE says that the estimated cost of staging all the events and the stadium construction would be somewhere between $1 and $2 trillion.

That will mean that the total expenditure on staging the event would be about $3.5-4 trillion.

So if the cost was $100-$100 billion, we would expect it to cost around $4.5 to $5 trillion to run it.

But that is a lot less than the figure that was previously reported.

The estimate for the World Stadium is $2.4 trillion and the IIE says that this figure is a little off.

But it is also possible that the IHE was not looking at all the costs that would be involved.

The stadium construction could be financed by issuing bonds, for example.

If that was the case, the construction costs could easily increase in 2021 and beyond.

A World Cup event could also be financed with debt, or even the issuance of a new kind of bond called a sovereign wealth fund.

The new bond would need to be backed by a lot to make it worth people’s money.

The bonds could be issued at any time and in any way that people could envisage.

And in order to make that happen, the bondholders would need the approval of a very large number of investors.

It would need a certain number of bonds outstanding to cover the interest payments on the bonds.

But if the debt holders were not very big, they would not have to pay the interest.

In fact, a sovereign debt fund is currently being used to finance the construction of the new stadiums in Brazil.

The amount of debt issued would be a lot higher than the amount that would need for bonds.

And then, there would be the interest rate that the bondholder would have to charge on the bond.

The interest rate on a sovereign bond is known as the coupon rate.

The coupon rate is determined by the amount of money that the sovereign can borrow. In other