Towards a better regulation of public-private partnership and concessions in Montenegro

Establishment of a separate legal framework for public-private partnership has been an emerging trend in the past ten years in most countries in transition. Although these countries – almost by default – already had concession laws in place, these laws appeared insufficient for the regulation of PPP, while the use of other legal provisions pointed to the need for enhancing and unifying the laws in the framework of one single legal act.

Bearing in mind that Montenegro lacks a defined legal framework in the field of PPP, and that its current legislation in the area of concessions is not aligned with the relevant EU provisions, the goal of this analysis is to demonstrate how this matter is regulated in transition countries.

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