Country: Global / Non-Specific
Topics: Financing and Risk Mitigation
Resource Financed Infrastructure: A Discussion on a New Form of Infrastructure Financing by Håvard Halland, John J. Beardsworth, Bryan C. Land and James A. Schmidt, World Bank study supported by Public-Private Infrastructure Facility (PPIAF) September 2014.
Developing countries are facing constraints as the global financial crisis has drastically limited traditional, long-term and private financing sources for public projects. Nations lacking in adequate infrastructure but richly endowed in natural resources, however, are not without options. When pursuing large projects, developing countries have explored a less conventional form of financing: the Resource Financed Infrastructure (RFI) model.
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Tracking Number: RFI_Discussion on a New Form of infrastructure financing_PPIAF_EN.pdf
Updated: March 29, 2021