Asppor: “in the country there is still no climate free of regulatory interference”

The Peruvian Association of Port Operators () through its president Favio León Lecca, stated that among the current concerns that the sector must face, “is the fact that the country still does not have a business climate free of regulatory interference.”

In addition to this, the public powers linked to the sector do not have officials with vast technical knowledge, ethical solvency or relative stability in the position, all of which generates a lot of uncertainty.

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Along these lines, León specified that “despite everything, the foreign trade logistics chain does not stop and this is demonstrated by the figures for internal and international trade.”

“For this reason, at Asppor we continue working to create value for the entire national economy, generate qualified employment and integration between companies of all sizes to bring the good name of Peru to the world”he pointed.


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