[Ed. Note: Privatization taken to the next logical step. I think we put in a proposal to start the city of Casey City. I just want to be the chief judge. ~Kerry.]
by ALBERTO ARCE
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — The government of Honduras has signed a deal with private investors for the construction of three privately run cities with their own legal and tax systems.
The memorandum of agreement signed Tuesday is part of a controversial experiment meant to bring badly needed economic growth to this small Central American country. Its weak government and failing infrastructure are being overwhelmed by corruption, drug-linked crime and lingering instability from a 2009 political coup.