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PPP projects in Latin America: resolving disputes through investor-state arbitration

By: Alison Fagan, Maria Pereira, Silvia Farre Public-private partnership (PPP) projects in Latin America are on the rise. There is a great need for infrastructure investment across the region, but often, Latin American governments cannot commit public finances to fund the huge investment costs such projects entail. PPPs offer a solution – harnessing the power … Continue Reading

BRAZILIAN GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES NEW PACKAGES OF MEASURES TOWARDS PRIVATIZATION OF PROJECTS AND ASSETS

With the conclusion of former President Dilma Roussef’s impeachment procedure, the government of President Michel Temer announced, on September 13, its first set of infrastructure projects to be privatized, whether by concession or by assignment. The announcement was followed by the publication of Resolution nº 1 of the Council for the Investment Partnerships Program, regulating … Continue Reading
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