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a city in southeastern Brazil

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The airline has started twice weekly round trips between Frankfurt, Germany and Curitiba, Brazil.
Drawing inspiration from the BRT system of Curitiba, Brazil, the district launched a full-featured BRT pilot project in January 2007.
MOTOR SPORT: Gabriele Tarquini celebrated his 46th birthday in style by clinching the second race of the World Touring Car Championship at Curitiba, Brazil.
This is evident in Curitiba, Brazil, one of the world's most successful examples of sustainable urban planning and building.
In other COP-8 news, as cabinet ministers from more than 90 nations arrived in Curitiba, Brazil announced plans to expand protection of the Amazon rain forest.
The eighth meeting of the CBD was held in Curitiba, Brazil in March.
He was asking about the Valley busway after the two had recently returned from a trip to Curitiba, Brazil, where they were won over by that city's renowned system of mass-transit busways.
Stockholm, Sweden said its process division will work with A1 Engenharia e Gerenciamento Ltda, Curitiba, Brazil, developing a corporation that will be positioned as a key supplier to the Brazilian pulp and paper industry.
degree in urban development planning from the University College in London and also earned a diploma in landscape design from the Catholic University of Parana in Curitiba, Brazil and a B.
Her early dance training in the southern city of Curitiba, Brazil, was similar to that of middle-class children across the U.
At the Delphi Curitiba, Brazil, facility, wiring harnesses for the VW Golf and Audi A3 models are produced.
Better tried proposals include the excellent transport and infrastructural schemes instituted in Curitiba, Brazil (AR May 1999), in which new kinds of vehicle and new forms of bus stop have made services more efficient and agreeable, and have demonstrated that public transport systems can increase their utility and popularity.
The firm has now found further success after stepping into the international marketplace by setting up a base in Curitiba, Brazil.
The work under this contract will be performed at the Brazil Army Depot in Curitiba, Brazil and is expected to be complete by November 2014.
Graffo is a closely held flexible packaging business located in Pinhais, Curitiba, Brazil.