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Infrastructure: Ports – The Pending Tasks

Improving the productivity of ports is a necessity in Latin America, but it seems far more important to enhance efficiency in the whole logistics chain, from the producer to the final consumer. According to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report 2013, Latin America has made great progress in facilitating trade across its borders over the past six years. While in 2007 it took the region an average of 25 days to export and almost 30 days to import merchandise through its ports, this fell to nearly 20 days in each case by the end of 2012. Further, these averages – which […]
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