SAO PAULO – Brazilian truck-engine producers are reaping the benefits of a worldwide increase in demand for ethanol to be used for biodiesel fuel. Two major manufacturers, Cummins Inc. and MWM International Motores, have reported increased sales, driven by the need for heavy-duty trucks at sugarcane plantations and sugar and alcohol refineries. Both producers have increased investments in their Brazilian factories. “The first six months of this year exceeded expectations,” says Roberto ...

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