La Unión Port Concession Not Before 2012
Drafting a law decree for giving La Unión's operation under concession could take more than two years.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
This was stated by the Executive Autonomous Port Commission (CEPA), who considered the estimated length of the technical feasibility study by the Japanese International Cooperation Bank, which will start in October.
Although it is not yet operating, the port terminal in salaries alone has an outlay of $100 thousand per month.
By next week, the government will send to the National Assembly a draft law for the concession of the port of La Union.
The Autonomous Executive Port Commission (CEPA) is working on the conditions for the tender for the concession of the port terminal.
The work was christened with the name "The La Union Port of Central America" and was inaugurated officially, put the approval of concession project in the hand of the Assembly.
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