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Vladimir Radonjic, the Managing Partner of Radonjic Associates in Montenegro, reflects back on his Buzz interview in June 2017. "2018 has brought a lot more stability in terms of local politics, and the local economy is in better shape,” he says. "As you remember, in 2017 we joined NATO, and it seems the expectations people had that it would result in more stability have proven correct.”

The plans to regulate public-private partnerships have been in the program of the Montenegrin Government for at least ten years now. Despite its central importance to both the public and private sectors, a specific legislative and institutional framework in the area of PPPs is still not in place. Instead, PPPs are regulated by laws from several sectors and by the Law on Concessions. The main authoritative bodies in charge of implementing PPP projects are the Privatization and Capital Investment Council and the Concession Commission.

The Buzz is a short summary of the major and relevant topics of interest in Central and Eastern Europe, provided by those best positioned to know: law firm partners and legal journalists/commentators on the ground in each CEE country.

Radonjic/Associates at a glance

Radonjic/Associates is a leading Montenegrin full service law firm, providing integrated legal advice on complex transactions to its clients. The Firm’s client base is a diverse range of large international corporations, international financial institutions, leading energy and construction companies in Europe, and wealthy individuals investing in Montenegro. The Firm’s work is guided by commitment to delivering a responsive, cost effective and commercially focused service. Radonjic/Associates is recognized for its quality, the reputation of its professionals, and its international outlook. Some of the Firm’s lawyers have been individually ranked as the leading lawyers in Montenegro by major legal directories such as Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, IFLR, Legal 500.