SAO PAULO — Edson Andrade, president of the Brazilian Bus Manufacturers Assn. and director of Busscar, of Santa Catarina, the world's fifth-largest bus producer, set up a joint venture in Guanajay, Cuba, 30 km (18.6 miles) from Havana, and trained 300 Cubans at his Brazilian factory in less than one year. Busscar exports buses to 30 countries and has been building them in Mexico in a joint venture set up since 1999. It also has a JV to produce buses in Norway for the European market. As a ...

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