With a comprehensive legal framework and political support for PPPs Lithuania, Lithuania ranked second among its peer countries (EECIS) in EIU’s infrascope 2012. The laws support PPPs and private investment at the national and municipal level and consist of the Law on Concessions (1999, amended 2011), the Law on Investments (1999), the Law on Public Procurement (1996) and the Resolution on Public-Private Partnership of the Government of Lithuania (2009). In the EBRD’s Assessment of Concession Laws, Lithuania’s legal framework was considered highly compliant. Institutional roles are distributed between the Central Project Management Agency, which provides advisory services in technical matters and both the Ministry of Economy and Ministry of Transport.
In 2015, the government promoted PPPs and private sector investment with the “Invest Lithuania” initiative. Specific legislation allows private entities to initiate PPP projects. Several PPP projects are in the pipeline regarding the airport, port, urban infrastructure, and transport sectors reported by Invest Lithuania.
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