Costa Rica: Agreement With Port Union Still Unresolved
Meanwhile, the terms for Limón's port bidding process should have been published on August 21st.
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
Francisco Jiménez is the Executive President of Japdeva, the organization negotiating with the government and the worker's Union the private concession of the port. He said: "We are going to keep pressing for an agreement. We will not give up until a worker assembly decides, in secret voting, if they accept the Government's proposal".
The new Costa Rican government's proposal was rejected by the union, whose consent must be obtained for the concession of services to third parties.
The main question from investors is whether concession of the new port in the Costa Rican Caribbean includes the existing facilities.
The concession for the construction and operation will be offered by means of a sole process, and not fragmented as was speculated.
The cartel for the concession of the expansion of the Costa Rican Caribbean Port, with a reference amount of $812 million, was approved.
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