Interview: ProInversión's bold infrastructure plan for Peru

Interview: ProInversión's bold infrastructure plan for Peru

Peru Project & Infrastructure Finance

The Peruvian government’s private investment promotion agency, ProInversión, has big plans. After averaging no more than $1 billion per year over the past three years, the agency intends to increase the pipeline of public-private partnerships (PPPs) to more than $4 billion in 2017, before rising to over $10 billion in 2018. After that, ProInversión aims to maintain between $10 billion and $15 billion in the PPP pipeline in the years to come.  Several initiatives, including toll roads, power lines and public transit projects, are set to come to market. But with a larger pipeline in the works, the government cannot provide the same levels of guaranteed disbursements as it has done in the past

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