Iquique lacks adequate infrastructure

For around 70 days annually, Puerto de Iquique is closed to traffic due to high tides (image is of the city of Iquique) Photo: Mariano Mantel/flickr/CC BY-NC 2.0

A report set up in October 2017 by the World Bank to look into the performance of free zones in Chile has found that Iquique has faced problems because of outdated infrastructure.

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