Argentina service resumes

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics has resumed services to the port of Zarate in Argentina. Services had been suspended at the end of May, due to severe congestion. Previous issues with delays in customs processing as well as vehicle processing at the port have also been resolved, says WWL. [+]

Argentine trade spat goes to WTO

The European Commission filed a complaint at the World Trade Organisation  (WTO) against Argentina, on 25 May in response to trade barriers imposed by the South American country including imposition of non-automatic import licensing and pre-approval requirements. Since February 2012, Argentina has subjected all imports to a pre-registration and preapproval regime ... [+]

Wallenius suspends Argentina call

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics said on 21 May that it had suspended service to Argentina due to severe congestion at the port of  Zarate. The situation there had increasingly worsened in the past several weeks as there have been extended pauses in vehicle processing during government holidays as well as Customs' ... [+]

Argentine import rules cause delays, complains trade body

New import licencing rules introduced by Argentina are causing long delays and massively increasing trading costs, complained members of the World Trade organisation's Council for Trade in Goods when they met on 30 March. Some 14 members, including the EU and US, said that since 2008, Argentina had greatly expanded ... [+]

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