Strengthening Latin American economies and the region's increasing shift to democratic governments and free markets will make Latin America one of the world's most vibrant civil aviation markets in the next two decades, albeit with the occasional economic or political hiccup. Despite last year's devaluation of Brazil's currency, the region's 500-million population is becoming wealthier, fueling demand for air transportation and related services. Gross domestic product, which passenger ...
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