By Apurva Sanghi, Alex Sundakov, and Denzel Hankinson, Gridlines No. 27, Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) September 2007
Public-private partnership (PPP) units for facilitating and managing infrastructure investments have existed for years in many developed countries. Driven in part by growing infrastructure investment, these units have also begun to proliferate in the developing world. While governments often seem eager to create such units, not everyone in the global PPP market is convinced of their value. This issue of Gridlines assesses eight PPP units around the world and examines whether these institutions have contributed to successful PPPs and if so, under what conditions.
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