Infrastructure development is crucial for economic growth according to Saint Lucia’s National Development Plan. In order to encourage private sector investment and PPPs, the government is improving framework conditions for PPPs.  In 2015 the government adopted a PPP policy that defines relevant institutions and procedures.

Saint Lucia has experience with private sector investment in infrastructure, such as in the energy and telecom sectors. Due to unclear processes (in particular for unsolicited proposals) and limited government capacity to initiate, structure, and procure PPPs, recent attempts to develop PPP projects have run into difficulties.

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