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By Alfred Rinaldi, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – After a warning that the government may open domestic flights to foreign airlines during the 2014 World Cup in order to fight price-gouging by Brazilian airlines, the industry has reacted with some doubt. Despite the best intentions, foreign airlines are unlikely to step in according to a senior American Airlines executive.

Speaking exclusively to The Rio Times, Dilson Verçosa, American Airlines' Director of Sales and Marketing in Brazil pointed . . .

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