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By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The heads of Brazil’s two biggest airlines, TAM and Gol, have said they are planning on taking steps to boost their companies' profits after the global financial crisis dealt a severe blow to each. However, both companies have also announced major investments in their fleets, signaling an expectation of a return to strong profits in coming years.

TAM, which recently merged with Chile's LAN to form LATAM - potentially . . .

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