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Hungarian companies show at Busworld Kortirjk

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Three Hungarian bus industry companies are participating at the Busworld Kortrijk trade show in Belgium on October 21-26.

Csaba Metal is showing its CSM Urbanus city bus, which can be found on streets in Athens and Cyprus as well as in Hungarian cities.

Hungary's METAL 99, which makes doors, windows, stairs and parts for vehicle bodies, as well as floor maker Graboplast are also participating at the show.

This year's Busworld Kortrijk is expected to draw 25,000-30,000 visitors.

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