By Doug Gray, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The postponed tender for the expansion and management of Rio’s Galeão international airport is set to go ahead later this week despite the threat of further delays. An estimated R$6 billion of investments will be required across the 25-year concession period as the winning consortium increases capacity with new runways, terminals and passenger facilities.

Monday's bids, set at a minimum of R$4.8 billion . . .

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