Roles for the Private Sector, Governments and Multilateral Creditors in Latin American Private Infrastructure
AbstractThis paper discusses a growing consensus in the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean about the importance of the efficient management of infrastructure services, not only for economical but also for social reason. Specifically, the barriers for infrastructure projects will be discussed in three categories: financing, public-private partnerships, and putting the deals together. Included is a review of each of these areas and an examination of the role of the major stakeholders in project financing, which together clarify why private sector infrastructure investment has not lived up to expectations.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 29518.
Date of creation: Dec 2003
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Infrastructure & Transport; Public Private Partnerships; Roles for the Private Sector; Governments and Multilateral Creditors in Latin American Private Infrastructure; Infraestructure services; fiscal deficits; fiscal reform;
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