GOL 737-800. By Rob Finlayson Brazil's GOL incurred a third-quarter net loss of BRL516.5 million ($293.2 million), reversed from a BRL110 million net profit earned in the year-ago period, but emphasized the deficit is mostly related to non-cash charges. The company did, however, see a big year-over-year rise in expenses and swung to an operating loss as well. It said the net loss "was mainly due to the appreciation of the [US] dollar," which increased 18.8% in relation ...

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