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Brazilian airport privatisation attracts Mexican interest

There are no certainties in Brazilian airport privatisation. Now, just as Rio de Janeiro’s governor insists its main airport should be ceded to the private sector, up pops leading airline Azul to state its opposition to the move citing the likelihood of rising costs under private ownership.

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