Guatemala seeks private investors for airports. Public-private partnership infrastructure projects could open the door
Guatemala’s decision to create a council to promote public-private partnership infrastructure projects could open the door for international companies to invest in the country’s airports.
The newly formed council for development partnerships is responsible for approving PPPs for key infrastructure such as highways, ports, airports and railways.
One of its first tasks will be to set up the National Partnerships Agency for Economic and Infrastructure Development, which will be responsible for the day-to-day evaluation and design of PPP projects.
Original source: Airport World