Infrastructure: in Search of Synergy
After months of discussion, the Argentine Congress finally passed the bill that will put in place a new scheme of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contracts. This new regime, submitted by the National Executive Branch, seeks to allow a balanced and predictable cooperation between the public and private sectors.
Public-Private Partnership: Latin American experiences
A recent report from The Economist Intelligence Unit, commissioned by the BID (The 2017 Infrascope: Evaluating the environment for public-private partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean) evaluates the capacity of 19 Latin America countries to channel private investments through the public-private partnership (“PPP”) model.
A New Legal Framework for Public Private Partnership
The Senate voted, by a large majority, in favor of the approval, with amendments, of the Federal Executive Branch’s bill to establish a new regime for Public-Private Partnership. This new regime seeks, essentially, to allow a balanced and predictable collaboration between the public and private sectors.
Public-Private Partnership Contracts Bill
On November 16, 2016 the Senate approved the bill on Public-Private Partnership contracts (the “PPP regime”) proposed by the Federal Executive Branch (“PEN”, after its Spanish acronym). The PPP Regime was published in the Official Gazette on November 30, 2016, as Law No. 27,328.
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