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Williams forms partnership with Banco do Brasil

It's Samba time over at Grove as Williams announces a new partnership agreement with Banco do Brasil, Brazil's largest financial institution.Founded in 1808, Banco do Brasil is the largest bank in Latin America with assets that exceed R$1.3 trillion (500 billions Euros). The bank has a presence in 99.9% in all Brazilian cities with agreements with 1,162 other financial institutions in 134 nations to help more than 61 million customers worldwide. It provides a full range of banking services in sectors of the capital market, asset management, insurance, pensions, annuity and payment methods.The Banco do Brasil logo will appear on the engine cover of the Williams Mercedes FW36, the overalls...
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