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Can infrastructure PPPs help the poor?

Date:
1 March 2019

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Note: This article was originally published in Asian Development Blog on 1 March 2019. Dr Fauziah Zen’s article entitled ‘Can infrastructure PPPs help the poor?’ was published.

As governments in developing countries strive to fill the massive infrastructure investment gap, they expect to get support from private sector. Besides the funding, the competency of the private sector in technology and innovation is expected to add to the project’s value. (Read the full article by using the link above).

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