6 Regions

120/5000 Mato Grosso do Sul, Paraguayan Chaco, Salta Province, Jujuy Province, Antofagasta Region and Tarapacá Region.

2,290 Kms.

Distance from Campo Grande (Brazil) to Antofagasta (Chile)

7 Border Crossings

Puerto Murtinho, Carmelo Peralta, Pozo Hondo, Misión la Paz, Paso de Jama, Paso de Sico and Estación Socompa.

4 Pacific Ports

Port of Antofagasta, Ports in Mejillones, Tocopilla Terminals and Port of Iquique.

"The Bioceanic Corridor is a multidimensional project: its projection is physical, economic, cultural, academic, territorial, political and integrationist." Joao Carlos Parkinson de Castro, coordinator of the Corridor in Brazil

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Origin

The Mediterranean regions and countries of central-western South America such as Paraguay, Bolivia, northern Argentina and southwestern Brazil, have historically depended on the ports of the Atlantic Ocean. Today, its production is more in demand in the Pacific markets. One of the objectives of integrating these Mediterranean areas with northern Chile and southern Peru is to facilitate commercial exchanges to contribute to their development. The Bioceanic Corridor will connect with the Pacific areas of strong productive potential little used, will allow to diversify its production and add value to it through the creation of regional production chains between the regions of its route.

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