Maritime Transport Agreement between Argentina & Brazil expiring 09.02.22
Members may be interested to know that the above agreement signed between the two countries on 15 August 1985, reserving shipments between Argentina and Brazil to Argentinian and Brazilian vessels, will come to an end next February.
Pandi Liquidadores S.R.L.’s Circular 046/2021 may be downloaded below for additional details.
CIRCULAR 46-2021 - MARITIME AGREEMENT ARGENTINA-BRAZIL ENDS 145 KB
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