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  • BRASILIA, June 9- President Dilma Rousseff unveiled a concession program on Tuesday to draw 198.4 billion reais in private investment over five years to upgrade and operate Brazilian roads, railways, airports and harbor terminals. The logistics plan includes 4,371 kilometers of new highways, the extension of existing railway concessions and the private...

  • It's Panama or bust for US business owners Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015 | 10:30 AM ET
    Construction on the expansion of the Panama Canal in the Pacific.

    The Panama Canal expansion is a massive project, but it has major implications for small businesses that need more overseas sales.

  • Cheap cars from Texas? Stay away! Tuesday, 9 Jun 2015 | 10:25 AM ET
    Texas Floods May 2015

    Industry experts warn that thousands of flood-damaged cars could soon enter the auto market. NBC News reports.

  • BRASILIA, June 9- President Dilma Rousseff unveiled a concession program on Tuesday aimed at drawing 198.4 billion reais in private investment to upgrade and operate Brazilian roads, railways, airports and harbor wharfs. A government presentation said the new concessions will have access to less state bank financing in the midst of Brazil's current drive to...

  • In the United States, airlines are trying to persuade the U.S. government to alter the "Open Skies" agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, accusing them of lavishing their airlines with more than $40 billion in subsidies and distorting competition. Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways deny the subsidy claims. Doug Parker, the CEO of American...

  • MIAMI, June 8- Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker said on Monday he saw no reason for Middle Eastern governments to propose any changes to transportation policy in response to U.S. airlines that allege unfair competition from Gulf carriers. U.S. airlines are trying to persuade the United States to alter "Open Skies" agreements with the United Arab...

  • MIAMI, June 8- Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker said on Monday he saw no reason for Middle Eastern governments to propose any changes to transportation policy in response to U.S. airlines that allege unfair competition from Gulf carriers. "Why should my government make any concession?" he said in an interview at the International Air Transport...

  • TSA missed 73 possible terror links: Watchdog Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 6:24 PM ET
    Travelers are screened by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers at a security check point at O'Hare Airport on June 2, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois.

    TSA takes issue with the watchdog's report. USA Today reports.

  • MIAMI, June 8- Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd is looking for government help to safeguard competition if its largest rival buys Irish carrier Aer Lingus Group PLC, Virgin Atlantic's Chief Executive Officer Craig Kreeger told reporters on Monday. The remarks, made on the sidelines of the International Air Transport Association's annual meeting, come as a...

  • Shares in Delta Air Lines Inc, Southwest Airlines Co, United Continental Holdings Inc and American Airlines Group Inc all fell sharply despite a bullish outlook on industry profitability issued Monday by the International Air Transport Association at its general meeting in Miami. In a series of moves over the past few weeks, Delta, Southwest, American and...

  • Airbus has struggled to find buyers for the jet over the last couple of years. Emirates, the biggest customer, has called for Airbus to revamp the jet with new engines. That would be a big slowdown from the last two years, when Airbus booked 3,000 net orders in total.

  • *Wall St banks expect Fed rate hike in September. *Airline stocks fall on comments from Qatar Airways. June 8- U.S. stocks fell on Monday afternoon, with the Nasdaq down 1 percent, as investors mulled the prospect of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates as early as September.

  • MIAMI, June 8- Qatar Airways' chief executive officer on Monday called for the aviation industry's largest trade group to address protectionism, hitting back against U.S. airlines campaigning to restrict what they say is heavily subsidized competition from Gulf carriers. "Any rollback of liberal market access and Open Skies policies will reverberate across...

  • MIAMI, June 8- Qatar Airways Chief Executive Officer Akbar Al Baker on Monday asked a meeting of the aviation industry's largest trade group to reiterate its support of free and open market access, saying protectionism could lead to retaliation. Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways deny the subsidy claims. Doug Parker, the chief executive of American...

  • *Wall St banks expect Fed rate hike in September. *Airline stocks fall on comments from as Qatar Airways. June 8- U.S. stocks fell in late morning trading on Monday as investors weighed the prospect of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates as soon as September, after Friday's strong jobs report.

  • QATAR AIRWAYS CHIEF WARNS AT IATA MEETING THAT THREAT TO OPEN SKY POLICY THREAT "WILL REVERBARATE" IN INDUSTRY.

  • *Profits seen rising from $16.4 bln in 2014. MIAMI/ PARIS, June 8- Global airlines raised their forecast for 2015 industry profits by more than 17 percent to $29.3 billion on Monday, almost doubling from last year and heralding a boom for carriers in North America that stand to reap half the worldwide total. The International Air Transport Association, announcing...

  • IATA SEES 2015 GLOBAL AIRLINE REVENUES DIPPING 0.7 PCT TO $727 BLN.

  • IATA REVISES UP 2015 GLOBAL AIRLINE PROFIT FORECAST TO $29.3 BLN FROM $25 BLN.

  • IATA SAYS AIRLINE INDUSTRY ROIC TO EXCEED COST OF CAPITAL FOR FIRST TIME IN 2015.

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