It Seeks To Support Institutional Strengthening Of The Antt In Terms Of Both Its Technical Staff And Its Institutional And Operational Environments, For The Analysis, Implementation And Monitoring Of: (a) The Management Of Rail Projects And Theiri
(i) To Support Dnv Financing Of Maintenance Of The Road System Under Its Jurisdiction, While Developing The Dnv¿s Technical And Institutional Capacities; (ii) To Improve Road Safety Conditions In The Interurban Road System; And (iii) To Help Raise
The Chilean National Transports Policy provides a framework for stakeholders in the transport sector to plan and implement systems that promote social and economic development in the country.
"The Logistics Agenda in Uruguay" (September 2012) is the second in a series of reports that will describe the history and current situation of logistics in Latin American and Caribbean countries. Each country is unique, in terms of its public po
This report, published in 2010, presents a descriptive analysis of the performance of the logistics and transport platform in Chile, and proposes objectives for the sector and a series of strategic recommendations to meet them.
This report expands on topics identified as urgent priorities in the report Argentina: The challenge of reducing logistics costs with foreign trade growth, published by the World Bank in
The seminar took place in the Granados Park hotel with 148 participants, who represented businesses, Government institutions, and universities.
Urban freight distribution is fundamental to the economic performance of cities, and affects the quality of life of citizens. Applying adequate policies in this area is key to the mobility and sustainability of cities.
"The Logistics Agenda in Paraguay" (August 2012) is the first in a series of reports that will describe the history and current situation of logistics in Latin American and Caribbean countries.