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Rousseff Claims Airports Prepared for World Cup: Daily

By George Utley, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the start of the World Cup 2014 a mere three weeks away, President Dilma Rousseff today moved to alleviate concerns that the country´s airports will not cope with the strain caused by an expected 3.7 million passengers, including up to 600,000 foreign tourists, between June 12th and July 13th.

Speaking on her weekly radio program Café com a Presidenta (Coffee with the President,) Rousseff spoke optimistically about Brazil's ongoing infrastructure plans, despite delays which will continue long after the tournament has finished.

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