Jamaica, Logistics Hub Initiative Market Analysis and Master Plan

Jamaica’s strategic geographic location along the main shipping lanes that utilize the Panama Canal, combined with its proximity to North American markets, provide an opportunity to position the country as a globally competitive logistics hub. In order to enhance economic … Read More

Business Model for Puerto Armuelles

With the outlook for exports in Panama diminishing each year, Puerto Armuelles sought alternatives for the development of trade activity through private investment, with the goal of developing a logistics corridor in the region. With this objective, Nathan was tasked … Read More

Special Economic Zone: Isthmus of Tehuantepec

Due to its unique geographical location, the Tehuantepec Isthmus has become a strategic area for logistical, transportation, and international commerce focused activities. The National Bank of Public Works BANOBRAS contracted the services of Nathan to provide technical assistance on the … Read More

Liberia, Assessment of Competition in Telecommunications Market

Nathan worked closely with the Liberian Telecommunications Authority (LTA) to analyze competition in the Liberian telecommunications market in order to define and identify the relevant retail and wholesale markets. This analysis resulted in the definition of three retail markets: (a) … Read More

Somaliland, Private Sector Participation in Commercial Activities of Berbera Port

The World Bank assisted the Government of Somaliland (GoSl) to develop the economic potential of the Berbera Port through private sector participation in terminal activities at the port. Private sector participation in the commercial activities of the port was expected … Read More

Developing a Module on the New Paradigm of Regulation and Competition

Nathan developed the module on the New Paradigm of Regulation and Competition for the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA). The module traced the origins of regulation and competition in the Indian economy since independence; highlighted the existing regulators and … Read More

Ecuador, Due Diligence for Hidrotopo Hydropower Project

The Government of Ecuador granted a 50-year concession to a private operator/investor to design, finance, construct, operate, maintain, own, and manage a 27 MW run-of-the-river hydropower plant with an estimated investment cost of US$45 million. On behalf of the Inter-American … Read More

Preliminary Feasibility Study for Generacion Andina Peru

The IIC was considering investment in two run-of-the-river hydropower projects including the “8 de Agosto” (19 MW) and “El Carmen” (8.4 MW) hydroelectric plants as well as a 138 kv, 60-kilometer long transmission line that would interconnect the facilities with … Read More

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