Cayman Islands mulls port PPP

5 March 2013 The government of the Cayman Islands is considering a PPP deal to fund a new port.

In a bid to acquire alternative funding for the creation of new mixed-use cruise and cargo berthing facilities on the Islands, the government has now set up a steering committee for the prospective deal.

The group has been charged with creating a business plan for the project, which could include private funding and a competitive tender process, according to officials.

The move comes as the government seeks to improve options for cruise companies and attract more tourism to the region.

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