Brazil Plans Initially To Privatize Three Of Its Big Airports

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In many cases, Latin American airlines may be fierce competitors, but most of them have one thing in common—bad infrastructure. And there is no short-term relief in sight. Airports are quickly becoming a nagging bottleneck as the region's airlines continue their fast-paced growth. The capacity...

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