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BY LUÍS SOUSA
Sea Port Anabolizers

Giving close and thoughtful attention to signals coming from the respective organs of government, it is clear that we live in the antechamber of a new national policy for ports. "New" politics "old" objective: increasing their competitiveness.

Increased competition means greater ability to provide the right products and services at the right time and price, with higher efficiency than competitors. A careful analysis of these three vectors of performance will allow the identification and some control over the variables that arise between goals and their attainment.

But this exercise will be insufficient if the relevant aspects are not taken into account, inherent to ports specificities while hinged to economic and social development.

We realize today that a port is a major and inevitable base of articulation between public and private goods, services and interests.

The coexistence of public and private capital in an economic unit is conflicting in nature but the port areas show that the friction between the two parts is generating the energy needed to project the Ports to new levels of competitiveness.

BY LUÍS SOUSA
 APA's IT Department

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2012-09-30

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