Truck driver Paulo dos Santos and his family wait for the second day for a new axle to arrive for their...
Truck driver Paulo dos Santos, 43, his wife Roseli Nesteraqui (R), 39, and their children Wellinngton (L), 18, and Erica, 12, wait for the second day for a new axle to arrive for their truck, at a petrol station near highway MS-306 in Chapada do Sul, Mato Grosso do Sul state, September 18, 2012. With its rail and river networks underdeveloped, Brazil depends heavily on trucking to move its valuable commodities to port. But traffic bottlenecks, backlogs at port, bureaucracy, and high fuel and labour costs amount to a handicap for the country in its ambitions as a global breadbasket. Picture taken September 18, 2012. To match Feature BRAZIL-TRANSPORT/GRAINS REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES POLITICS AGRICULTURE TRANSPORT)
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