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Caruaru

(kəro͞oəro͞o`), city (1991 pop. 213,697), Pernambuco state, NE Brazil, on the Ipojuca River. It is a commercial center in an agricultural and cattle-raising area.

Caruaru

 

a city in northeastern Brazil in Pernambuco state, on the Recife-Salgueiro railroad line. Population, 142, 800(1970). Caruaru is an important trade and distribution center of the state. It is the site of food, textile, leather, and other indus-tries.

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