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Cubataõ

 

a city in southeastern Brazil, in the state of São Paulo. Population, 29,700 (1968). The city has a railroad station. It is an important center for oil refining and electric power engineering. The city has enterprises of the paper industry. A large hydroelectric power plant is located in Cubatã; its capacity is 1.2 million kilowatts, and it supplies the cities of Santos and São Paulo with electrical energy. Cubatão was founded in 1533.

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situated in Cubatao, Brazil, a supplier of intermodal transport solutions in the hinterland of Santos.
Usiminas' steel products are manufactured in two facilities: the Intendente Camara Plant, located in the city of Ipatinga in the state of Minas Gerais and the Jose Bonifacio de Andrada e Silva Plant, located in the city of Cubatao in the state of Sao Paulo, both in Brazil.
O contrato publico da passagem do Cubatao de Santos, direcao obrigatoria de quem seguia da cidade de Sao Paulo para Santos, vivia uma tendencia de inflacao de seus valores, desde o final do seculo XVIII, (45) portanto havia uma intensificacao da circulacao interna de mercadorias destinada a esta vila maritima.
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Cubatao was one of the most sought-after cities in the southeast of Brazil, holding out the promise of jobs and easy housing, but industrial activity led to increasing pollution levels.
A multivariate statistical analysis of composition of rain water near Cubatao, SP, Brazil, was performed by Marilda Zanoni Mariotti Abbas [3] and determined the major contributing ion for principle components.
venosa venosa, based on the female holotype from Cubatao, Sao Paulo state (and not a male holotype as misprinted in Pedroso & Baptista 2004).
Stake in Limeira and Cubatao assets sold for US$32.
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Police stations in the coastal cities of Cubatao and Guaruja, about 50 miles southeast of Sao Paulo, were also attacked.
Cubatao gained fame as Brazil's most polluted industrial region in the 1950s and 1960s because of the amount of toxic waste produced in the area.