JP Morgan, Los Angeles in impasse over advisory contract

A California statute meant to eradicate conflicts of interest in government contracting is preventing JP Morgan from moving forward as an advisor to Los Angeles on a potential privatisation of its parking assets. Officials say the law threatens to cause similar obstacles for all cities across the state, which just recently enacted general enabling legislation for public-private partnerships.

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