International Finance Corp., the private sector financing arm of the World Bank, plans to lend $38 million to support the international expansion of Marcopolo SA, South America's leading bus producer. The money will be funneled to Marcopolo's Brazil business to its Mexico subsidiary, Polomex SA de CV (see related story: Marcopolo to Begin Exporting Buses to North America Next Year). The group will use the loan to boost production in its manufacturing plants in Argentina, Colombia, ...
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