Sindicom in SP
Source: Gazeta Mercantil, 30/11/2004
A lunch at the Renassaince took place yesterday and the Sindicom board of directors took office. The president of the entity João Pedro Gouveia Vieira was joined by federal deputy Luciano Zica (PT-SP), the director of Deic, Godofredo Bittencourt, the chief delegate of the Intelligence of the Civil Police of SP, Antonio Fernando Costa, the president of the Instituto Etco, Emerson Kapaz, and state deputy Giba Marson (PV-SP). The director of the newly created regional, Wellington Sandim, warned that Sindicom will have even more energy in combating illegal practices in fuel distribution.
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