BYD wins order for another 406 electric buses in Bogotá, Colombia

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A joint venture between Colombian business group Fanalca and international public transport operator Transdev used BYD’s integrated E-bus solutions to bid and successfully won the tender.

Plug Power expands hydrogen supply chain partner network in Spain with CLH

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The CLH Group is a leading international company in the transport and storage fuel products in Europe. At the international level, the company is developing an ambitious expansion plan and conducts its business in the UK, Oman, Ireland, Panama and Ecuador. CLH has an international presence in logistics, fuel storage and delivery in markets including motor, aviation and marine. Plug Power Inc.,

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Eaton signs long-term agreement with Argentine bus manufacturer TATSA to design and supply hybrid systems

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As a member of the Argentine commercial vehicle industry, TATSA is engaged in an expansion process in both domestic and international markets. In the last few years, TATSA has signed production agreements with various automotive companies worldwide and has also established commercial representations in the USA, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, India and Qatar.

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GM Creates New South America Regional Organization

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GM South America includes GM’s existing sales and manufacturing operations in Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela as well as sales activities in those countries and Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay. The GM International Operations team is doing a great job expanding our global presence. General Motors is creating a new regional organization to meet rising customer demand in South America.

Study Concludes A Second Hydrocarbon Boom Threatens the Peruvian Amazon

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The authors highlight Ecuador’s Yasuni-ITT Initiative, which seeks international contributions in exchange for leaving the massive ITT oil fields untapped beneath an Amazonian national park.

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Opinion: Is Russia Plotting To Bring Down OPEC?

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Putin has aligned Russia with OPEC’s have-nots—the members lacking financial resources to withstand low crude prices for an extended period and that have objected to Saudi policies (Iran, Iraq, Angola, Nigeria, Libya, Algeria, Ecuador, and Venezuela)—against the haves (Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the UAE, and Qatar). in Russian and Soviet history, Soviet economics, and International economics, and MBA in finance and marketing. by Dalan McEndree for

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