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Title: Navegação de cabotagem brasileira
Keywords: Cabotagem (Transporte de carga) - Brasil
Coastwise shipping - Brazil
Navegação - Brasil
Navigation - Brazil
Áreas portuárias - Brasil
Port districts - Brazil
Navios - Brasil
Ships - Brazil
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Publisher: Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social
Abstract: Brazil’s geography and its colonization process influenced the preponderance of coastal shipping as the main means of transporting cargo over long distances during most of its history. Only as of the second half of the XX century does cabotage lose its relative importance. Due to its economy and its importance in the world, besides the potential of its use in a continental country where 80% of its population dwells near the coast, it was not be expected that nowadays it is so little employed in Brazil. This article, in addition to briefly discuss the history of cabotage in the country, comments on several aspects of the sector, such as the fleet profile and existing companies, the main cargoes and ports involved, the existing challenges and regulatory issues.
Other Identifiers: TEIXEIRA, Cássio Adriano Nunes et al. Navegação de cabotagem brasileira. BNDES Setorial, Rio de Janeiro, n. 47 , p. [391]-435, mar. 2018.
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