DHL calls on Brazil to streamline taxes in a bid to boost supply chain efficiencies

September 16, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Brazil’s government must streamline its tax systems to boost trade and reduce the overwhelming levels of congestion that have plagued its ports in recent years.  
Chief executive of DHL Supply Chain in Latin America, Javier Bilbao, said Brazil ranked among one of the most complicated countries in the world for logistics operators.   
“There are issues with geography and there is a lack of infrastructure encapsulated by poor quality roads away from the main centres,” he told The ...

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