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With the aid of a logistics system that would dazzle a mathematician, the first copies of Folha de S.Paulo hit newsstands in São Paulo at 03:50 and the same edition can be picked up just four hours later a mighty 4,800km away in the town of Boa Vista in the far north of Brazil. Nothing can go wrong. Nothing does go wrong. One mistake, one more minute on the clock, and all could be lost or, in the case of Folha de S.Paulo, hundreds of thousands of readers could wake up without their daily read on their doorsteps or at the newsstand on the corner…



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