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Brazil targets radical shake-up of airports

The Brazilian government is considering various measures,

including selling shares in Federal airport agency, Infraero, to help raise

capital to overcome infrastructure deficiencies that are constraining the sector

and the wider economy. Brazil's GDP grew by just 3.7% in 2006, compared to 11.1%

in China, 9.4% in India and 6.7% in Russia – due in part to the growing

infrastructure bottleneck in the South American country.

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