Lima will host the third meeting of the countries part of the bi-oceanic train project encouraged by Bolivia, to advance in its concretion to unite the Atlantic-Pacific oceans. The Deputy Minister of Foreign Trade, Benjamin Blanco, reported the next appointment but did not give details about the date or month. The project of the Bioceanic Railway Integration Corridor (CFBI) is encouraged by Bolivia and it plans to link the ports of Santos, in the Atlantic (Brazil), and Ilo in the Pacific (Peru) through a railway line, with an eye on the Asian markets. Uruguay and Paraguay are part of the mega project and will be united from the Paraguay-Paraná waterway. Germany, Switzerland and Spain are interested in participating in the financing of the enterprise that, in Bolivia’s opinion, is viable. President Evo Morales encourages the project to make Bolivia a kind of commercial hub between both oceans.
Source: La Razón