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Peru - Rethinking private sector participation in infrastructure (English)

The Government of Peru has launched an aggressive second phase of infrastructure concessions covering all sectors, including transport, rural telephony, gas, energy and water and sanitation. To help inform the second phase, this report provides an in-depth analysis of the past program in Peru by analyzing the process, design and impact of the program as well as the public perceptions. The report encompasses private participation progress and highlights; characteristics of the privatization and concession processes; impacts of private participation; public perceptions of private participation; and a road map for the Peru Concession Program. The report concludes that to move forward successfully, a number of adjustments are required on process design and financing.


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    Peru - Rethinking private sector participation in infrastructure

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Peru - Rethinking private sector participation in infrastructure (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.