Guatemala Seeks Investors for Airports

The government has announced the start of a process to attract investment for the construction of two new international airports.

Friday, August 17, 2012

The government's commitment is to build an airport for cargo in the Pacific coast, near the present Naval Base runway, in Puerto de San Jose, and one for tourists on the Atlantic coast, in the Database air Izabal.

The announcement was made by Vice President of the Republic, Roxana Baldetti, who added, "We're trying to do this using the Public-Private Partnership Act because the state does not have the resources to do it on its own and we are thinking that an investment of this nature could be made next year. " also quoted the vice president as saying, "... four years go by quickly, and this government is eight months into its term and if we do not start as soon as possible we will not see it bear fruits and have a country which is attractive for investment . "

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