South American Container Trades Face Challenges

Landside port access is a problem in Brazil, which, like most countries in South America, failed to invest in infrastructure when times were good before the Great Recession. Brazil and the other countries south of Panama also failed to diversify their economies away from raw materials exports, so now that their major export markets in Europe, the U.S. and China are slowing, trade is suffering.

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