RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Head of State visited several Chaco localities on Wednesday (29) and later traveled to Cruce Centinela, in the department of Alto Paraguay, to inaugurate another 13.5 km of paved road corresponding to subsection 9 of the Bioceanic Road Corridor.
The mega project now has 216.6 km of paved and signposted road, out of a total of 277 km planned in the first stage of the Bioceanic Road Corridor, built by the government through the Ministry of Public Works, under a "turnkey" contract with an investment of US$445 million.
The Bioceanic Road Corridor . . .