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SBD Global/July 9, 2012/Facilities
Rio De Janeiro Breaks Ground On Olympic Park
Published July 9, 2012
MILITARY BASES: Agência Câmara reported that the Brazilian Aviation and Transport Commission will hold a "public hearing to discuss the possible use of military bases" in the 2014 World Cup. Due to the construction delays in airport infrastructure, some are advocating the use of military bases for the "landing and takeoff of civilian air crafts" in order to get fans to the different World Cup host cities across Brazil (AGENCIA CAMARA, 7/6).