With the need to keep up with the growing Chilean economy and reconstruct areas damaged by the 2010 earthquake, extensive investments in Chile’s infrastructure will be required. Since the early 1990s, Chile has continued to liberalize its laws to allow for private investment in the construction of roads, airports and other public works projects. This report published by the Chilean Foreign Investment Committee highlights the opportunities available in the infrastructure sector and explains the key legal issues for foreign investors.
Click to download Chilean Foreign Investment Committee's guide: "Chile: Opportunities in Infrastructure".
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