Like many countries in the region, Suriname has vast infrastructure needs. The country does not have a PPP policy or law and experience with private sector investment in infrastructure is limited to one project in the telecom sector.

In order to tap into the country’s considerable hydroelectric resources, the government of Suriname has shown interest in PPPs in the energy sector, more specifically in IPPs.

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