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Brazil will build a 140-kilometer integration road with Bolivia that will connect Mato Grosso state with Chiquitos region

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian businessman Pedro Lacerda, president of the Brazilian-Bolivian Integration Committee, said the construction of the 140-kilometer road has been approved by his country's authorities and will bring numerous benefits to the Chiquitos region of Bolivia and the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso.

"Brazil is interested in buying salt and urea produced in the Bolivian industrial plant in the department of Cochabamba, since the state of Mato Grosso is a large consumer of these products for agriculture and livestock," the businessman told EL DEBER in a telephone interview.

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