Costa Rica Launches Port Moín Tender

Costa Rica's official newspaper will publish today the bidding rules for the concession of Port Moín.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

According to sources from the National Concessions Council, the bidding rules for Port Moín concession should be published today in the Official Gazette, with modifications by the General Comptroller of the Republic. The government was finally unable to tender Port Limón and Port Moín simultaneously, as was the initial idea. This is due to the ongoing dispute between the government and the worker's union of Port Limón.

The main changes introduced by the Comptroller would be in the financial structuring of the project, an aspect criticized in the first bidding rules, published April 2009.



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