Governor Juan Schiaretti received this Thursday at the Bicentennial Civic Center the Governor of Catamarca, Raúl Jalil. During the meeting, the need to advance with the works of the NOA-Centro Bioceanic Corridor was raised. The corridor passes through the productive heart of the country and gives it more competitiveness in the market with the East (China, Japan, Vietnam, India, among others). .
The corridor integrates an area that includes Atacama (Chile), Catamarca, La Rioja, Córdoba, Tucumán, Santa Fe, Entre Ríos, Buenos Aires, Uruguay and Brazil. In addition, it has an extensive and complete multimodal transport system, between 3,200 and 3,300 kilometers, and a population of close to 30 million inhabitants.
During the meeting, Jalil invited Juan Schiaretti to visit Fiambalá, Tinogasta and the Paso de San Francisco: “I think it is the output of the products from all over the north and especially for the Pacific”.
For his part, the governor of the Province of Córdoba supported his peer by sharing the strategic importance of the road that connects the two oceans: “Raúl Jalil is behind obtaining the Bioceanic Corridor that allows the NOA to take its product to the Pacific and also to us who are part of the Central Region”.