Heavy transport slowly recovering to 200 trucks per day

From the second week of March until mid-June, the flow of trucks crossing the border with Chile fell, on average, from 350 to 70 per day. In the last two weeks of June and so far this month, the number of trucks climbed to 200 due to the resumption of foreign trade in sugar, soybean and oilseed derivatives, such as soybean flour and cake, and crude, vegetable and sunflower oil. The crisis and substantial sanitary restrictions in Chile condition the mobilization of import goods.

Source: El Deber