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The first web2.0 spanish blog about Maritime Affairs. El primer blog web2.0 español sobre el sector marítimo.

Agents shocked by Paranagua praise

PARANAGUA 10 January – Ship agents in the southern Brazil port of Paranagua say they are “shocked” by news that government ministers view the port as a model for others to follow. A visit to the port by home office minister Dilma Rousseff and Paulo Bernardo from the planning ministry followed a series of investigations of the port authority and its president, Eduardo Requiao, by the federal accounting court (Tribunal de Contas de Uniao - TCU). These revealed that the port authority had failed, among other things, to carry out necessary dredging or provide for the export of genetically-modified soya. Instead of supporting these findings, Rousseff was quoted by Brazilian media and in port press releases as saying: “[The port authority] is a model of port management that can take as an example to follow,” adding that Paranagua is a paragon of “flexibility, modernity and efficiency” that “has undergone revolutionary change.” Paranagua port president Eduardo Requiao commented that the advances achieved by the port meant that Brazil could be offered “a new option in port management.” Agents contacted by Fairplay said they could not understand why the court’s thorough – and deeply critical – findings had been swept aside.

 

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