Conditions still not right for Ilo investment

Bolivian import-export traffic, which mostly moves by Arica, is viewed as being under-represented at Ilo Photo: Christian Haugen/flickr/CC BY 2.0

Gustavo Jáuregui, managing director of the National Chamber of Commerce of Bolivia, has stated that neither Bolivia nor Peru have yet made significant-enough progress to enable them to make public-private co-investment in the Port of Ilo, which is viewed as a genuine alternative to the Chilean Puerto de Arica for ...

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