Portugal beat, in 2013, its record for exportation, with an increase of 4,6%. These values are determinant for the country’s external balance, namely through the reduction of its 1630 million euros deficit in the commercial balance. Lisbon’s harbor future, a fundamental place for export companies, in uncertain in the long term. On the table, government has put the possibility of transferring the naval activity of Santa Apolónia and Alcântara to Trafaria, on the south side of the river. An estimated investment of 600 million euros, which will allow the construction of a all new harbor, leaving the capital of the country free from containers.