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Brazil to Give a Break to Foreign Visitors

Brazil’s government admits the possibility that it will, by the end of this year, reduce the airport tax collected by the Airport Infrastructure Company (Infraero) for international departures, from US$ 36 – one of the highest in the world – to US$ 20, which is closer to the world average.

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