Public-Private partnerships for the development of energy projects
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Public-Private partnerships for the development of energy projects

1- Introduction The constraints of public finances and limited access to state borrowing for socially desirable projects have led to various schemes involving private sector participation in the design, planning, financing, construction, operation, and maintenance of infrastructure projects, particularly in the areas of roads, ports, and airports. Examples of such participation include the concession of…

Consortium Legal appoints new partners in Costa Rica
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Consortium Legal appoints new partners in Costa Rica

With great enthusiasm, Consortium Legal is pleased to announce the appointment of Fabiola Sáenz Quesada and Roy Ramos Morales as practice partners in Costa Rica. This promotion follows the firm’s career development plan, growth strategy, and ongoing commitment to providing the highest standard of quality in each service we deliver to our clients. This elevates…

Entry into force of the Public Procurement Law (LCP) in El Salvador
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Entry into force of the Public Procurement Law (LCP) in El Salvador

By: Maria Alejandra Tulipano y Gustavo Vega El Salvador has promoted a public procurement system in a strategic manner to contribute to the achievement of complementary public policy, social, environmental, and innovation objectives. The implementation of a new regulatory framework, and especially in this article in which reference is made to the Public Procurement Law…

Monthly purchase declaration (DMC) in Honduras
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Monthly purchase declaration (DMC) in Honduras

By: Aida Sierra Due to the reclassification of taxpayers that took effect in January 2023, many of them were classified as medium and large taxpayers, which meant a change in their tax obligations. An example of these is the obligation to file the Monthly Declaration of Purchases or DMC. The Monthly Sales Tax Purchases Declaration…

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Update of obligations of attorneys and notaries public under the Law of Amendments and additions to the Law of notaries and the code of commerce in Nicaragua

By: Daniela Matus Last April 4, Law No. 1113, Law of Amendments and Addition to the Law of Notaries and to the Code of Commerce, was published in La Gaceta, Official Gazette number 64 of April 4, 2022. Pursuant to the explanatory memorandum contained in the bill presented on March 21, 2022, it is indicated…