IATA said Tuesday that the prospect of only moderate economic growth next year led to it issuing a "more subdued $5.3 billion [aggregate global net profit] outlook for 2011" compared to its $8.9 billion industry profit forecast for full year 2010 (ATW Daily News, Sept. 22). IATA said 70% of respondents to its latest "Business Confidence Index" quarterly survey of airline CFOs and cargo heads reported increases in passenger demand and more than 75% reported increases ...

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