TAP Portugal posted a €51 million ($65.2 million) loss in the first six months of 2006, a €3 million improvement compared to a €54 million loss in the year-ago period, and the carrier said its board of directors still hopes to end 2006 "with positive financial results." All other indicators of the company's activity "showed a positive trend," TAP reported, highlighted by a 17% increase in operating revenue to €710 million from the €606 million generated in the ...

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