By Doug Gray, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The government celebrated the confidence-fuelling auction of two of the country’s biggest airports last week, but the economy continues to show signs of volatility. With the end of what has been a difficult 2013 in sight, the prospect of political uncertainty in the year to come has forced some economists to cut back their growth forecasts for the last twelve months.
Last Friday’s auction of Rio’s Galeão . . .