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Un Mecanismo De Financiamiento. Project Finance


  • Cesar Humberto Antunez Irgoin
  • Rafael Cristian Huamán Ticlavilca


El mecanismo de financiamiento de inversiones de gran envergadura mediante el Project Finance se sustenta tanto en la capacidad del proyecto para generar flujos de caja que puedan atender la devolución de los préstamos como en contratos entre los diversos participantes así como ayuda a asignar los riesgos de manera eficiente entre aquellos que tienen mayor capacidad para administrarlos y soportarlos.

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  • Cesar Humberto Antunez Irgoin & Rafael Cristian Huamán Ticlavilca, 2012. "Un Mecanismo De Financiamiento. Project Finance," Observatorio de la Economía Latinoamericana, Grupo (Universidad de Málaga), issue 171, August.
  • Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2012:i:171:1

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