The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) structure is a mechanism that combines the abilities and resources of the public and private sectors through the optimal division and assignment of risks, responsibilities and benefits of the parties involved. Governments in Central America have created PPP laws with the intention that this structure helps to promote investment and can maintain fiscal discipline. This contributes to generating economic growth and increased employment opportunities represent a long-term business opportunity for the private sector.
CENTRAL LAW advises clients that participate in prominent projects in the region, either as structuring bodies or as bidders under the PPP legal framework. Some of these projects include the design, construction and operation of the Port La Unión (El Salvador), Terminal of Container and Cargo in Port Cortes (Honduras), Government Civic Center in Tegucigalpa (Honduras), Palmerola Airport in Comayagua (Honduras), etc.
Our team of lawyers across the Central American region provide comprehensive legal advice and assist clients whether they participate as bidders or as a structuring body in international tender processes.