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Bioceanic Corridor takes shape in Paraguay and seeks to compete with the Panama Canal

The Bi-oceanic corridor that will link the center-west of Brazil with the Pacific ports in the north of Chile is taking shape, especially in Paraguay, a country where, with an estimated investment of US$450million, it is intended to build a 531-kilometer route.

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The project -recognize sources from the latter country- is strategic to turn Paraguay into a logistics center in the center of the continent, competing in some way with the Panama Canal, which is . . .

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