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Gol Pays Its Debt — So Delta’s Off the Hook [News Roundup]

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Delta received some good news today: Gol Linhas Aereas Inteligentes paid a $300 million debt.

Why is this news to Delta’s ears? Delta guaranteed the debt several years ago — and seemed close to opening its checkbook to pony up for Gol.

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