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Plus, a plethora of "open skies" treaties between countries "has" eliminated many restrictions on who can fly where, fueling the route competition.

Q. "a plethora of" means many, but why is there "has" in the sentence instead of "have"?

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Plus, a plethora of "open skies" treaties between countries "has" eliminated many restrictions on who can fly where, fueling the route competition.

Q. "a plethora of" means many, but why is there "has" in the sentence instead of "have"?
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