RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The shipowners' association Centro de Armadores Fluviales y Marítimos del Paraguay (Cafym) reported that its vessels could only load up to 35% of their respective hold capacities, due to the critical situation of the levels of the Paraguay and Paraná rivers.
According to La Nación, the sector's president, Esteban Dos Santos, explained that this situation is causing losses and delays in various economic sectors that import and export goods to multiple markets worldwide.
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