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Ebria

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Cámara de Comercio
Callao, Districto Capital
Capital of the United States of Corrientes

Organised originally in 1860, when after the 1st Civil War, the Confederation of Corrientes was proclaimed, the Chamber of Commerce had the role of aiding trade between Correntine companies and foreign economical actors.

The Chamber of Commerce in Callao has thus evolved to become the main place through which business and trade is conducted between the Correntine companies and foreign businesses and investors. While many still organised directly, the Chamber of Commerce has the role of bringing together and aiding the said businesses in building bridges to foreign companies and to foster foreign trade.

List of Affiliated Companies
  • Primary Sector
    • Mining Companies
      • Unión Minera SA (publicly owned);
      • Lignitos SA;
      • Carbon Correntina SA (publicly owned);
      • Minería Galeras;
      • Corporación Minera de Litio (publicly owned);
    • Plantations
      • Federation of Maize and Wheat Plantations (Cooperative);
      • Federation of Tobacco Plantations (Cooperative);
      • Federation of Potato Farmers (Cooperative);
      • Corporación de Frutas del Sur (publicly owned);
      • League of Equatorial Plantations (Cooperative);
      • Federación de Cafeteros (publicly owned);
      • National Corporation of Vegetable Oil Producers (publicly owned);
        • League of Sunflower Plantations;
        • League of Coconut Harvesters;
        • Independent Federation of Rapeseed Plantations;
    • Animal Husbandry and Fisheries
      • Union of Correntine Homesteads (Cooperative);
        • Rancho Utica I (Cattle Station);
        • Rancho Utica II (Cattle Station);
        • Rancho Murieta (Cattle Station);
        • Rancho Jacumba (Sheep Station);
        • Rancho Acacias (Sheep Station);
        • Cristal Sea United Fisheries;
        • Villa Tunari Game Farm;
      • Callao United Seafood;
      • Thaumantic Ocean Fish Corporation (publicly owned);
      • Paradise Fish;
    • Forestry
      • Gran Selva SA (publicly owned);
      • Corporación Maderera (publicly owned);
      • Correntine Forestry;
      • Upper Catatungo Timber and Wood-chip Corporation;
  • Secondary Sector
    • Manufacturing Industry
      • ENA Corporation SA;
        • ENA Auto;
        • ENA Agro;
        • ENA Defence;
      • Acerías Paz del Río (publicly owned);
      • SolElectric;
      • CorQuimica (publicly owned);
        • CorQuimica Fertilisers;
        • CorQuimica Polymers;
      • Rio Verde Porcelain;
      • CORARM;
        • Vektor;
        • Atlas;
      • Rio Verde Copper Works (publicly owned);
      • San Pedro Copper Smelter;
      • Corrientes Optics;
      • Callao Shipyards;
      • San Sebastian Shipyards;
      • Hermes Bicycles Ltd;
      • Equatorial Rail Industries
        • Equatorial Repair-yards;
        • Equatorial Carriage;
    • Textile Industry
      • C Apparel;
      • Cotton Works United ;
        • Heredia Cotton Works;
        • Cumana Cotton Works;
        • Cartagena Cotton Works;
        • Callao Cotton Works;
      • Callao Apparel;
      • Rio Verde Ropas;
    • Food Products
      • Azúcar de Corrientes SA:
        • Azúcar Trinidad;
        • Azúcar Yape;
        • Azúcar Tiltil;
      • Sunset Breweries (publicly owned)
        • Jaguaro;
        • Ocelos;
        • Condor;
      • Western Foods Corporation;
      • Premier Food Ltd;
      • Phoenix Brands Corporation;
    • Tertiary Sector
      • Financials
        • Federal Investment Corporation;
        • National Bank of Corrientes;
        • Occidentan Bank of Investment;
        • Correntine Bank of Commerce;
        • COR Asset Management Corporation (publicly owned);
      • Infrastructure
        • Corrientes Construcción SA (publicly owned);
        • EUC Infrastructure;
        • Corrientes Electric;
          • Catatungo Dam;
          • Potobamba Geothermal Plant;
          • Baltras Wind Farm Corporation;
          • Nuclear Electric;
            • Pacho NPP;
            • El Tres NPP;
          • Electricity Supply Commission;
        • Occidental Roads Corporation;
        • Correntine Waters;
          • Lower Catatungo Waters;
          • Upper Catatungo Waters;
          • Lagos del Oeste Waters;
          • Coastal Waters;
        • CORGAS;
        • CORPETROL;
      • Telecomunications
        • COR Telecom (publicly owned);
        • CORConnex;
        • Equator Telecom;
    • Transportation
      • Ferrocarriles de Corrientes;
        • FdeCo Infrastructure;
        • FdeCo Freight;
        • FdeCo Passengers;
      • Ocelot Trans SA;
      • Airports Authority of Corrientes;
        • AerOeste;
        • Condoravia;
        • Azul Air;
      • Port Authority of Corrientes;
        • Cristal Sea Transportation (publicly owned);
        • Azure Sea Transport Corporation (publicly owned);
        • Seven Seas Freight;
    • Retailers
      • AMB Comercio;
      • Negocios del Sol;
      • De la A la Z;
      • Justo y Bueno;
    • Restaurants, Bars and Tourism
      • Hamburguesas el Corral;
      • Frisby Fried Chicken;
      • El Punto de Sabor
      • Juan Valdez Coffee;
      • Big City Records;
      • Buena Vista Social Club;
      • Western Continental Hotel Corporation (publicly owned);
      • Sunbelt Hotel Ltd (publicly owned);
    • Entertainment and Broadcasting
      • Conquistador Entertainment Studios;
      • Callao Film Studios Corporation (publicly owned);
      • Correntine Broadcasting Corporation;
        • Telecor 1;
        • Telecor 2;
        • Telecor 3
        • Telecor Deportes 1;
        • Telecor Deportes 2;
        • Telecor Noticias;
        • Telecor Internacional;
        • Radio Frequencia Tiburana;
      • Gallo Records Corporation;
      • HiMedia;
      • StarNet;
    • Health and Cosmetics:
      • Occidentology;
      • DermaFix;
      • Western Extracts;
    • Technology:
      • Connex Group (publicly owned);
      • CORNet;
      • Grand Data;
 

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ENA
Empresa Nacional de Automóviles

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ENA CUMANA
Class: Compact Car
Body style: 5 door hatchback; 5 door estate;
Engine: 1.5/1.9 Diesel; 1.2/1.6/2 Gasoline; 1.6/2 Flexible Fuel;
Transmission: 5-speed manual/ CVT (automatic);


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ENA BALTRA
Class: Supermini;
Body style: 3/5 door hatchback;
Engine: 1/1.2 Diesel; 1/1.2/1.5 Gasoline; 1.2/1.5 Flexible Fuel;
Transmission: 5-speed manual/ CVT (automatic);


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ENA SELVA
Class: Subcompact Crossover SUV;
Body style: 5 door SUV;
Engine: 1.6 Diesel; 1/1.6 Gasoline; 1.2/1.6 Flexible Fuel;
Transmission: 5-speed manual/ CVT (automatic);
 

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EMCOAER
Empresa Correntina Aeronáutica

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EMCOAER A-JET FAMILY
A-150/A-170/A-190

The A-Jet is a narrow body plane, caring 60 to 120 passengers. It was introduced in 1999 and designed for AerOeste's internal flights in Corrientes, becoming a successful regional flight airplane. The series has been a commercial success primarily due to its ability to efficiently serve lower-demand routes while offering many of the same amenities and features of larger jets. The A-190 manages a 16 to 24% lower fuel burn and 15–25% lower maintenance cost per seat compared to the first generation plane of the family, the A-150.

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EMCOAER R-JET FAMILY
R-60/A-80/A-100
The R-Jet Family is a regional flight design, even smaller than the A-Jet family, designed to carry little passengers on low demand routes, but still able to keep them financially viable. Designed to takeoff and land on very short runways, the R-Jet Family have been designed to be used on municipal and regional airports. The R-JEt family is able to carry between 40 and 70 passengers.

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EMCOAER SIROCCO
Crew: one, pilot
Maximum speed: Mach 2.2 at high altitude
Guns: 2× 30 mm (1.18 in) cannons with 125 rounds per gun
Rockets: 4× Matra rocket pods with 18× SNEB 68 mm rockets each, OR 2× Matra JL-100 drop tank/rocket pack, each with 19× SNEB 68 mm rockets and 250 litres (66 US gal) of fuel
Missiles: 2× Python 3 AAMs, V4 R-Darter (BVR missile), A-Darter, V3C Darter and/or Matra R530 missiles.
Bombs: 8,800 lb (4,400 kg) of payload on five external hardpoints, including 250 kg Laser-guided bombs (LGB), GPS-guided bombs, 250 kg 'booster' bombs, a variety of unguided 'iron' bombs, reconnaissance pods or Drop tanks.


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EMCOAER SUPER CONDOR
Crew: two
Maximum speed: 590 km/h
Guns: (2×) 12.7 mm (0.50 in) 1,100 rounds per minute
Rockets: 4x pods 70 mm (2.75 in);
 
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