TAM reported third-quarter net income of BRL213.2 million ($124.2 million), reversed from a loss of BRL465.5 million in the year-ago period, citing "a strong recovery" in domestic demand and lower fuel costs. It said domestic demand surged 26% year-over-year as the country's economy improved and business passengers returned. Fuel expenses lowered 36.5%. It noted that 39% of its revenue and 40%-50% of its costs are linked to foreign currencies, meaning that the real's resurgence against the ...

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