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Fuel smuggling from Argentina to Paraguay by river on the rise

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A video showed the moment in which several people are seen carrying jerry cans of fuel to load them into a canoe and then cross the Paraná river.

According to information provided by witnesses, there are three crossing points used for smuggling: one in Paticuá, another one on Bertoni street, and the third on the land of a private individual facing the Paraná river.

The smuggling, which amounts to 100 liters per person, is explained by the price difference between Paraguay and Argentina. And those involved in this illegal smuggling use their trips to Argentina to . . .

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