Argentine government agency starts managing the Paraná – Paraguay waterway after concession expires

The concession of the waterway was in the hands of a private consortium formed by the Belgian firm Jan de Nul and the Argentinean firm Emepa.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The control and administration of the waterway that integrates in Argentina the Paraná and Paraguay rivers, key for the departure of cargo ships to the Atlantic, returned this Saturday to the hands of the Argentine state for a period of one year.

The General Administration of Ports (AGP), an agency under the Ministry of Transport of Argentina, began to manage this Saturday the Trunk Waterway (VNT), the new name for what was known as the known Paraná-Paraguay Waterway.

The concession of the waterway was in the hands of a private consortium formed by the Belgian . . .

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