INFRASTRUCTURE LOOMS AS BRAZIL’S MAJOR HEADACHE FOR WORLD CUP

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SAO PAULO: Inadequate infrastructure, particularly in air transport, threatens football-mad Brazil’s hopes of dazzling the world with the best-organized World Cup ever 12 months from now. Organizers have been struggling to complete the construction or renovation of the six host arenas, with work plagued by repeated delays due to strikes, roof collapses and other problems. Some 355,000 Brazilians and foreign tourists are expected for the tournament, which is seen as a dress rehearsal for next year’s mega-event.

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