Solution is urgently needed for Costa Rica’s grossly inefficient Caribbean ports
Last week’s election for the leadership of the longshoremen’s union at Costa Rica’s Caribbean port of Limon adds to the long-standing logjam that requires to be removed to what are the least efficient docks in Latin America.
There are many explanations for the failure, and plenty of blame to be shared by all.
However, the countering claims will not change the ways the ports are run as they face an even bigger challenge.
Original source (in Spanish): La República