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Between January 10 and 13, 2011, the first Brazil-Peru Integrated Border Control exercises, will be held as provided for in the Agreement to Create an Integrated Border Control Area, signed in December 2009.

While the exercises are being carried out, in the Assis Brazil Highway Border Station, in Acre, Brazilian and Peruvian border control agents (on the Brazilian side, from the Secretariat of the Federal Revenue, the Federal Police, the Ministry of Agriculture and the National Health Surveillance Agency) will work together, which will reduce the amount of time needed for migration and customs procedures in the border area, with a positive outcome for tourism and trade flow between the two countries.

From 2006 to 2010, exports from Acre to Peru rose over sixtyfold and the number of migration procedures carried out in the Assis Brazil Border Control Station went from 3,500 to more than 35,000 in the same period.

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