CABEI and IFC Support Infrastructure Projects in CA

The agreement will facilitate the provision of consulting services to regional governments to develop infrastructure projects with private participation.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

This agreement seeks initiatives in renewable energy and other projects related to climate change, water treatment and solid waste management, health, education and transport.

Proponents argue that public-private partnerships allow the private sector to participate in improving public services while providing investment expertise.



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El Salvador: PPP Feasibility Analyzed

March 2019

The feasibility study for the creation of a PPP will be carried out in the project for the extension of the 43-kilometer stretch between the La Hachadura Border Crossing and the CA12 Road.

From the Fomilenio II statement:

March 7, 2019. The Fondo del Milenio II (FOMILENIO II) and the consortium Unión de Personas Corredor Pacífico (UDP Corredor Pacífico) signed on this day the contract to carry out technical-economic pre-feasibility studies for a possible Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project between La Hachadura Border Crossing and CA12 Highway (Kilo 5). The investment for these pre-feasibility studies will be US$1.5 million. The PPP project seeks to finance, build and maintain the expansion of a 43-kilometer stretch of road.

Road Infrastructure Concession in San Pedro Sula

July 2012

The infrastructure can now be built using public-private partnerships, and has already attracted interest from foreign companies.

The Municipal Corporation has authorized an agreement with Coalianza (Commission for the Promotion of Public-Private Partnerships) for the development of urgent road works in the areas north, south and east of San Pedro Sula.

Guatemala Seeks International Investors

November 2011

The Guatemalan government is committed to public-private partnerships that encourage investment in infrastructure.

Airports, ports and national highways could be built with input from the private sector through the creation of the new Council for the Promotion of Public-Private Partnerships, which aims to stimulate infrastructure projects crucial for the economic development of the country.

Marina City on 36 Acres of Landfill

July 2011

A residential project in the Bay of Panama which will have 16 towers, some of up to 30 stories, a hotel, marinas, convention center and retail space, is generating internal dispute in Martinelli’s government.

The project was presented by a group of private businessmen (Maritime City) under the name Amador City Marina which will be built on two peninsulas with 36 hectares of the sea bed being filled on the Amador Causeway in Panama Bay.

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