The Guatemala government enacted a relatively comprehensive PPP Law in 2010, which prevents private participation in certain sectors such as water, education, and health. The PPP Law requires a thorough risk-management strategy for each project. Similar to Honduras and Uruguay, Guatemala has consolidated its PPP oversight, beginning operations at a newly established PPP agency, Agencia Nacional de Alianzas para el Desarrollo de Infraestructura Económica (ANADIE) and a PPP council, Consejo Nacional de Alianzas para el Desarrollo de Infraestructura Económica (CONADIE). While CONADIE is the final authority in considering a project’s technical and financial feasibility, ANADIE actively responds to ministry requests for PPPs and supports them through planning and implementation.

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