Uruguayan lawyers praise US$12 billion infrastructure plan amid funding concerns

The Vázquez administration’s record-breaking US$12.3 billion infrastructure investment plan to fund energy, transport and public sector works, aimed at boosting economic growth, has won widespread support from the country’s legal community for its ambitious targets, although some raise concerns about the plan’s economic feasibility and Uruguay’s lack of experience of public private partnerships.

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