IFC and Central American Bank sign accord on public-private partnerships
The International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group, and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration signed an agreement to provide joint advisory services for projects with private participation to Central American governments.
"The target sectors are renewable energy and other climate change-related projects, water treatment and solid-waste management, health, education, and transportation,” the IFC said.
“The partners also will organize a regional seminar on the benefits of public-private partnerships.”
Original source: The Financial