By Bruno De Nicola, Senior Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - After New Year's Eve celebrations, Brazil is facing a new countdown. This time, for the 2014 FIFA World Cup that represents a great challenge for the country's infrastructure development.
According to a study by O Globo, the eight main Brazilian airports face major challenges – due to matters that go from congestion to investigations over illicit financing - of their infrastructural improvement.
All unfortunate conditions that need to be changed and that, despite the government's optimism, seem . . .