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Many Latin American ports are operating at maximum capacity, and with poor infrastructure and connectivity that will become more evident with the expansion of the Panama Canal. At the same time, efforts are being made to overcome bottlenecks that prevent the necessary connectivity with other modes of transport, in a region still suffering from high logistics costs. Read this report to understand the state of ports in Latin America.
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