Following in the steps of the 2012 privatization auctions of three major airports—São Paulo Guarulhos, Campinas Viracopos and Brasília Presidente Juscelino Kubitscheck—Brazil plans to open bidding for the privatization of Rio de Janeiro Galeão and Confins airports in October.  International consortia competing have to be comprised at least 25% (in terms of captital) by a company that manages an airport terminal with at least 35 million passengrs ...

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