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Privatisation & Public Private Partneship Review 2013/14

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Previous Edition ISBN: 9781843748588
Published: September 2013
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £115.00



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Governments all around the world are turning to public private partnerships due to the increasing demand for infrastructure despite the effects of the global financial crisis. The 17th edition of the Privatisation & Public Private Partnership Review examines privatisation and PPP trend over the last 12 months, while also casting an eye over future privatisation and PPP plans and developments through a collection of leading-edge articles and commentaries.

Leading industry figures from across the PPP industry, plus a foreword by the International Project Finance Association and the National Council for Public-Private Partnerships, among others, give you an unrivalled, knowledgeable insight into the complexities of some of the world's biggest PPP deals.

The Privatisation & Public Private Partnership Review analyses privatisation and PPP development in over 20 countries, including Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Indonesia, Japan, the Middle East, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Turkey and the US.

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Subjects:
Banking and Finance
Contents:
Foreword by Geoff Haley, Global Chairman, International Project Finance Association (IPFA)
Further strides for PPPs in the US
Q&A: The public private partnerships market in Brazil
The success of P3 in Canada
The newly introduced FIT system in Japan
Key to the highway: PPPs in US transportation infrastructure projects
The Middle East and North Africa: How the MENA region is meeting the funding challenge
Government capital injection in Brazilian PPPs: Regulatory and financial issues
Privatisation and PPP in Japan: Establishment of a PFI fund and the promotion of airport privatisation
Improvements in PPP laws: New horizons for developing Russia’s infrastructure
Rapid growth in the Japanese PFI/PPP and infrastructure sector
The Egyptian PPP framework and latest developments
Modernisation of the Turkish health infrastructure: What went wrong?
Redefining Nigeria’s PPP philosophy
Public private partnerships: The Egyptian experience
PPP market in Pakistan: Key developments and challenges