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SBD Global/July 20, 2012/Facilities
Rio De Janeiro Government Upgrading Maracanã Stadium Surroundings
Published July 20, 2012
AIRPORT UPGRADES: PORTAL2014 reported that the airport in the 2014 World Cup host city of Salvador "will receive investments" of R$100M ($49.4M) until December '13. The money will go towards upgrades and extensions of the terminal, patio and the control tower. The number of check-in desks will go from 60 to 82. Salvador will host three Confederation Cup matches and six World Cup encounters (PORTAL2014.com.br, 7/18).