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Public-Private Partnerships

Emerging Markets Practice

Governments and public authorities are increasingly turning to public-private partnerships (PPPs) to deliver efficient and cost-effective infrastructure and services. PPPs allow private sector organizations to apply their skills and experience to infrastructure development and operation and mobilize finances for long-term infrastructure investments. PPPs are not without challenges, however. These partnerships are complex and relatively inflexible structures. Deloitte’s Emerging Markets practice has the experience and knowledge to design PPP programs and projects that will achieve their intended objectives, while also increasing their value for money.

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Infrastructure Finance – The changing landscape in South Africa Infrastructure Finance – The changing landscape in South Africa
Stimulus packages in many countries, including South Africa, are being used to redress part of the infrastructure gap. However, budgetary constraints and reduced taxation collections are impacting the State’s ability to fund large projects beyond the stimulus packages, which have placed further strain on national finances. As a result, new and innovative Public-Private Partnership (PPP) structures are needed to make projects work. This article looks at how to structure a unique and optimal partnership solution for each project.


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Partnering for value – Structuring effective public-private partnerships for infrastructure

 

Partnering for value – Structuring effective public-private partnerships for infrastructure
After decades of neglect, infrastructure has finally made it to the top of the political agenda. Thanks to stimulus packages in the United States and many other countries, public infrastructure is receiving both long over-due attention and a significant infusion of public funds.

 

A Conversation with Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley On Public-Private Partnerships: A Conversation with Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley
Ambassador Elizabeth Frawley Bagley was appointed Special Representative for Global Partnerships. In this role, she leads the State Department’s new Global Partnership Initiative, making public-private partnerships a core component of diplomacy. Read this exclusive interview with Ambassador Bagley.

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