Olivier Bustin, managing international adviser, collaborates once again with L’Essentiel, a magazine specialized in African Law.

In the article on Democratic Republic of Congo’s Legal framework on Public-Private Partnership contracts, the managing international adviser comments the Law 18/016, of July 9 2018, that aims to mobilize the budget resources from the private sector to fund infrastructures and equipment of the public sector. The lawyer states that the law “reflects good intentions, mainly by preventing conflict of interests, assuring legal security and economic pragmatism.