Daily News May 31, 2016

Latin America’s largest airline suspends flights to Venezuela LATAM Airlines on Monday became the latest carrier to suspend flights to Venezuela, citing the “difficult macroeconomic scenario” in the South American country. The move comes two days after Germany’s Lufthansa said it would suspend its flights to Caracas, adding that it is owed more than $100 million in ticket revenue. LATAM will first suspend its Sao Paulo-Caracas routes in early June, followed by its other flights to Caracas from Lima and Santiago by the end of July. Source: The BBC, ABC News Mexico’s Lala to buy Laguna Dairy assets in U.S. Mexican dairy company Lala announced it is in the process of acquiring assets from Laguna Dairy in the U.S. for […]

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