RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In recent days, the Paraguay River reached a historic low of -0.75 below the hydrological zero, specifically on October 6, its lowest level in history since 1904, but it rose again as a result of the latest rains.
Good prospects for the next few days are highlighted due to the forecast of heavy rains starting on Wednesday afternoon. The Paraná River has been rising steadily for the past few days, allowing vessels to transport cargo.
"Despite these potential improvements, the water level continues to be extremely low. There was some improvement in the Paraná River . . .
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