The International Transport Forum OECD issued a discussion paper analyzing key characteristics and challenges with respect to the Port of Buenos Aires, consisting the main cargo entry point for the province of Buenos Aires, where most of Argentina’s population, economic activity and manufacturing activity is concentrated.
The joint service deployed by Hapag-Lloyd, NYK, ZIM, Hyundai and Hamburg Sud prefers their vessels call APM Terminals’ facilities in Itajai, Brazil and T4 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The service will begin on August 25 with the arrival of the first vessel into Terminal 4 Buenos Aires.
UK and Argentina agreed to work together with the aim to enhance bilateral consultations, at the Business and Investment Forum organised by the Argentine government. The countries are also planning to take the appropriate measures in order to remove all obstacles limiting the economic growth and sustainable development of the Falkland Islands.
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