SAO PAULO – Cummins Inc. Latin America is one of the few Brazilian companies that will export $285 million or more annually thanks to its automotive engines. Cummins has expanded its exports to China, where it will ship 2,500 engines for trucks and buses. The Chinese market is expected to total $20 million annually in a short time, reports Ricardo Chuahy, president of Cummins’ Brazilian division. Negotiations also are under way with Russia, he adds. Cummins increases Brazilian ...

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