BUDAPEST, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Hungarian busmaker NABI said on Friday it had won a $138 million order from the Los Angeles transport company (LACMTA) to deliver 200 gas-powered buses with deliveries starting in 2005. The deal is the final installment of LACMTA's original plan to purchase nearly 2,100 new buses, NABI said in a statement. The actual execution of the contract to purchase the 200 articulated buses is contingent on funding from the State of California's Traffic Congestion ...
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