By Andrei Khalip SAO PAULO, Brazil, Dec 31 (Reuters) - One might think that taking care of 80,000 orchids is a tough enough job for anyone, never mind an 85-year-old. But for Abraham Kasinsky it is just a way to relax from his main occupation. The diminutive, mustachioed Brazilian runs a successful motorcycle company he jump-started at the respectable age of 82 to manufacture Brazil's only industrially-produced motorbikes which compete locally with top international brands. Citing his ...
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