From road to hospital-building, airport construction to wind farms, Portugal's infrastructure is undergoing a period of transformation. Much of this is being done through public-private partnerships, as Diogo Perestrelo and Rita Roque de Pinho explain
Portugal’s legal framework for public-private partner-ships (PPPs) was only drawn up in 2003. Prior to that, PPP initiatives were governed by the general legal provisions applicable to any administrative contracts submitted to the public legal regime and were launched and regulated through specific legislation tailored for each project.
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