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PPPs in Emerging Markets: Challenges, Opportunities and Needs

  • Published:Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Governments in most emerging markets face the challenge of meeting growing demand for new and better infrastructure services. However, public sector capacity in many such countries is relatively limited, as is the ability to finance such long-term and expensive projects.

As available funding from the traditional sources and capacity in the public sector to implement many projects at any one time remain limited, governments have found that partnerships with the private sector are an attractive alternative to increase and improve the supply of infrastructure services.


PPPs are a mechanism for governments to procure, implement, and manage public infrastructure and services projects utilising the resources and expertise of the private sector. PPPs combine the skills and resources of both the public and private sectors through sharing of risks and responsibilities. This enables governments focus instead on policy, planning and regulation by delegating day-to-day operations

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