"We see very limited economic impact at the national level given the limited duration of the World Cup and the very large size of the country's economy", analysts at credit rating agency Moody's said on Thursday.
Morocco has already made unsuccessful bids to host the finals in 1994, 1998, 2006 and 2010, although it was close on three occasions.
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Among Morocco's infrastructure outlined in its World Cup bid are plans for the modernisation and building of motorways, new high-speed trains and an increase in airport capacity.
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For weeks, the Moroccan underdogs have been sweating over the report's findings having consistently cried foul over a perceived bias towards the joint US-Canada-Mexico bid.
For the same reason, the franchise was extended to the FIFA Congress - where each of FIFA's member associations each hold one vote - instead of being restricted to the now extinct executive committee.
A second source, reportedly a former European football official, said that many Islamic nations are hesitant to vote for the American bid due to Trump's proposed travel ban, which could potentially restrict visitation rights for citizens from many mostly-Muslim countries. But FIFA secretary-general Fatma Samoura has now reportedly contacted every single voting federation, setting a deadline of June 11 - two days before the vote - for them to declare any conflict of interest.