Puerto Rico received 12 responses from infrastructure funds, U.S. private-equity firms, Canadian pensions, and developers based in Spain and India to a request for qualifications for a privatization of up to 50 years of its principal airport, near the capital, San Juan.

Goldman Sachs Infrastructure Partners is among the funds interested in Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport. Goldman Sachs, which combined with Spanish infrastrcuture company Abertis Infraestructuras SA to recently win a 40-year contract for the island’s busiest highway, is collaborating with German airports operator Fraport on the San Juan proposal.

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