TAM Unveils Plan To Buy 31% Of Domestic Competitor TRIP

Brazil’s dominant operator TAM Linhas Aereas could acquire 31% of the total capital stock in TRIP Linhas Aereas, the country’s fifth-largest carrier, under a non-binding accord announced by the two airlines. The deal, which also grants TAM 25% of TRIP’s voting stock, is a strategic move by the...

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