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Colombia

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Autopista Rio Magdalena 2 Roads 2014 $1,370.00
Autopista Conexion Pacifico 1 Roads 2014 $1,232.04
Autopista Chirajara-Villavincencio Roads 2015 $1,164.30
Ruta del Sol (Section 2) Roads 2010 $1,085.00
Autopista Neiva-Mocoa-Santana Roads 2015 $1,080.00
Autopista Villavicencio - Yopal Roads 2015 $1,069.00
Autopista Bucaramanga-Barrancabermeja-Yondo Roads 2015 $979.10
Autopista al Mar 2 Roads 2015 $936.50
Ruta del Sol (Section 3) Roads 2010 $900.00
Autopista Rumichaca-Pasto Roads 2015 $842.60
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Autopista Magdalena 1 Roads 2016 $755.00
Toyo Tunnel Roads 2016 $426.60
Autopista Chirajara-Villavincencio Roads 2015 $1,164.30
Autopista Neiva-Mocoa-Santana Roads 2015 $1,080.00
Autopista Villavicencio - Yopal Roads 2015 $1,069.00
Autopista Bucaramanga-Barrancabermeja-Yondo Roads 2015 $979.10
Autopista al Mar 2 Roads 2015 $936.50
Autopista Rumichaca-Pasto Roads 2015 $842.60
Autopista al Mar 1 Roads 2015 $817.00
Autopista Ibague - Cajamarca Roads 2015 $744.60
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Autopista Rio Magdalena 2 Roads 2014 $1,370.00
Autopista Conexion Pacifico 1 Roads 2014 $1,232.04
Autopista Chirajara-Villavincencio Roads 2015 $1,164.30
Ruta del Sol (Section 2) Roads 2010 $1,085.00
Autopista Neiva-Mocoa-Santana Roads 2015 $1,080.00
Autopista Villavicencio - Yopal Roads 2015 $1,069.00
Autopista Bucaramanga-Barrancabermeja-Yondo Roads 2015 $979.10
Autopista al Mar 2 Roads 2015 $936.50
Ruta del Sol (Section 3) Roads 2010 $900.00
Autopista Rumichaca-Pasto Roads 2015 $842.60
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Autopista Magdalena 1 Roads 2016 $755.00
Toyo Tunnel Roads 2016 $426.60
Autopista Chirajara-Villavincencio Roads 2015 $1,164.30
Autopista Neiva-Mocoa-Santana Roads 2015 $1,080.00
Autopista Villavicencio - Yopal Roads 2015 $1,069.00
Autopista Bucaramanga-Barrancabermeja-Yondo Roads 2015 $979.10
Autopista al Mar 2 Roads 2015 $936.50
Autopista Rumichaca-Pasto Roads 2015 $842.60
Autopista al Mar 1 Roads 2015 $817.00
Autopista Ibague - Cajamarca Roads 2015 $744.60

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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3.67/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

PPP Framework

Agencies

There is no specific institution at the ministerial level that oversees or establishes policies for the entire country or all sectors. The National Infrastructure Agency is a key player in the structuring of PPPs. The Department of National Planning and the Ministry of Finance play a supervisory role.

Laws and policies

PPP Procurement Benchmarking

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Resources

    • 2015
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Benchmarking PPP Procurement

    A Pilot in 10 Economies

    The Benchmarking Public-Private Partnerships Procurement 2015 report aims to support and enhance the decisions that feed into policy-making by highlighting key aspects of a country’s PPP legal and regulatory framework. The project that the report is based on follows the successful approach undertaken by the World Bank Global Indicators Group, which, with its Doing Business project, has a recognized track record of measuring a country’s laws and regulations and leveraging reform. The Doing Business project assesses the business climate of 189 economies against recognized good practices. Since its inception in 2003, the Doing Business project has inspired close to 2,000 reforms in business regulation. The laws referenced in the report...

    • 1998
    • Government of Colombia

    Law 489, Colombia

    Ley 489 de 1998

    Law 489 for Colombia.  

    • 2007
    • Government of Colombia

    Framework for Telecommunications & ICT, Colombia

    Diario Oficial No. 46.706 de 31 de julio de 2007

    Decree 2870 sets out the general legal framework for telecommunications in Colombia. It includes licensing, competition policy, scarce resources management, and penalties and sanctions.  

    • 2015

    Asociaciones Público Privadas APP, Departamento Nacional de Planeación (Colombia)

    Official websites of the Departamento Nacional de Planeación of Colombia with extensive resources about PPPs in the country. 

    • 2012
    • Olivia Gagan, Vanessa Buendia

    Infrastructure Journal Infrastructure Investment Guide: Colombia

    Long-standing perceptions of Colombia would perhaps have you believe that it is a country of fantastic natural wealth – in coffee and gold, in agriculture and in oil – but without the clear-headed direction and international clout to truly exploit these riches. Decades of political and economic unrest have led to doubts surrounding the country’s viability as a destination for long-term investment. Colombia’s new PPP programme looks set to usher in a new era of innovatively funded public and private projects that will change the face of the country. In the making of this report, Infrastructure Journal has spoken to those involved at every level in this step change – from government officials to bankers, to the specialist lawyers who...

    • 2011
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Colombia: Ruta del Sol

    PPP Brief

    Good highway infrastructure is essential to economic development. The Colombian government backed this concept in July 2010 when it awarded the concession of the third and final section for the construction and expansion of the $2.6 billion Ruta del Sol highway. This 1,071 kilometer road connects the capital, Bogotá, with other large urban areas of the country’s interior and Caribbean coast. Ruta del Sol was initially conceived by the government as a single project. It was later divided into three concessions to adapt to market conditions, to ease its construction and financing, and to mitigate single-operator risk. 

    • 2011
    • Government of Colombia

    Contingent liabilities

    The Colombian Experience

    In Colombia, the management process of contingent liabilities is a fundamental part of the principles of fiscal discipline, facing sustainability of the debt, reduction of fiscal risk and transparency in the administration of public resources. Currently, the country has reached the highest standards of disclosure of information regarding fiscal accountability and transparency and is emerging as a pioneer in the management of contingent liabilities in Latin America. This report is the first publication on the management of contingent liabilities of the Nation, published by the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, which seeks to disseminate technical and regulatory efforts made by the General Directorate of Public Credit and National...

    • 2013
    • PPIAF
    • PPIAF

    PPIAF Supports the Development of the New National Infrastructure Agency in Colombia

    In early 2011, the Government of Colombia requested PPIAF assistance to improve the planning, structuring, award, implementation, management, and regulation of road concessions, and strengthen the National Concessions Institute’s (INCO) capacity. Four main products resulted from this technical assistance: a diagnostic of Colombia’s concession program results to date; an assessment of Colombia’s national procurement law and recommendations for a new national concessions law; recommendations for the strengthening of INCO’s capabilities in the structuring, award and regulation of concession contracts; and a review of best practices in PPP/concession agencies.

    • 2007
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    La Guajira Water and Sanitation Infrastructure and Service

    Project appraisal document

    The Bank support to the Department would aim to support the implementation of a broad departmental strategy for improving water supply and sanitation access in La Guajira. Bank support would be structured around a two-phase APL (non-consecutive and overlapping), with Phase I (the proposed Project) focused on the improvement of basic services in urban and periurban areas of the Department while setting an overall Department strategy which includes rural areas, and Phase I1 focused on supporting rural water and sanitation solutions within the context of a broader assessment of rural demands. The second phase would be designed to take into account the results of the ex-ante development of an Indigenous Peoples Plan and other analytical...

    • 2014
    • Price Waterhouse Coopers, University of California San Francisco

    Lecciones de América Latina: Primeras experiencias con Asociaciones Público -Privadas en el sector salud

    En toda América Latina, la demanda de acceso a los servicios sanitarios ha superado su oferta. Michos países carece no sólo de los recursos sino también de la infraestructura clínica y tecnológica adecuada para resolver esta creciente demanda. Se necesitan inversiones significativas en la infraestructura de la salud, ya sea para reemplazar y/o construir instalaciones capaces de resolver las actuales brechas en su acceso. Los gobiernos también buscan formas innovadoras para expandir rápidamente sus redes de proveedores. Las APP en el sector salud se han convertido en na opción atractiva para ampliar los servicios de salud, pues requieren únicamente de una reducida inversión de capital inicial por parte del...

Date last reviewed: December 2, 2015

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