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For the purpose of this questionnaire, and in accordance with the International Monetary Fund’s definition (https://www.imf.org/external/np/sta/di/glossary.pdf), a foreign firm is a foreign-owned domestically incorporated enterprise (e.g. subsidiaries) in which a foreign investor owns 10 percent or more of the ordinary shares or voting power.)×
Material Adverse Government Action means any act or omission by the procuring authority or other relevant authority, which occurs during the term of the PPP Contract and which has a material adverse effect on (i) the ability of the PPPCo to comply with any of its material obligations under this PPP Contract and/or (ii) the cost or the profits arising from such performance.)×
A financial model is an analytical tool that allows the user to assess the financial robustness of the project by representing its expected financial performance, including cash flows, returns, etc. Not to be confused with a financial proposal.)×
To conduct the analysis on Mexico, Benchmarking Public Procurement team referred to Public Works and Related Services Law dated 2000, Regulations to the Public Works and Related Services Law dated 2010, The Federal Law on Administrative Litigation Procedure dated 2005, Federal Law on Public Works and Related Services dated 2006, Regulations to the Law of the Treasury of the Federation dated 2004, and Federation Revenue Law dated 2016; The Federal Law on Administrative Litigation Procedure (Ley Federal de Procedimiento Contencioso Administrativo) of 2005, as amended in 2013; and the Agreement that provides the rules that should govern the use of the Electronic System of Public Information called CompraNet (Acuerdo por el que se establecen las diposiciones que deber�n observar para la ulitizaci�n del Sistema Electr�nico de Informaci�n P�blica Gubernamental denominado CompraNet) of 2011.
To conduct the analysis on Mexico, for the Public-Private Partnerships Procurement topic, the team referred to the Public-Private Partnerships Law, dated December 18, 2015, the Regulation to the Public-Private Partnership Law, dated October 31, 2014, Mexican Constitution, Public Works Law and Similar Services, Law on Public Private Partnerships, Public Sector Acquisitions, Leasing and Services Law, Federal Civil Code, Federal Law for Administrative Procedure, and Federal Code for Civil Procedure.×