Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Latin America's Infrastructure Market and Policy Suggestions for Korea
Policy, Korea Institute for International Economic | July 2017
Traditionally Korean construction firms have actively invested in Middle Eastern countries. However, the centralization of investment in the region is not sustainable for Korea since the economy of the region is vulnerable to oil price fluctuations and keen competition among Korean firms is being witnessed in the market. Korean construction enterprises are faced with the challenge to find a new investment destination to replace the Middle East. Latin America has emerged as an alternative. The purpose of this study is to suggest policy and business recommendations for Korean companies to identify investment opportunities in Latin America, especially in Public Private Partner-ship (PPP) projects. This study focuses on four countries – Chile, Mexico, Peru and Columbia – where PPP laws and institutions are relatively well developed.
CitationPolicy, Korea Institute for International Economic. 2017. Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Latin America's Infrastructure Market and Policy Suggestions for Korea. © Korea Institute for International Economic Policy. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7368.
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