Public-Private Partnership Monitor: Key Trends and Findings

Event: Launch of ADB's Public-Private Partnership Monitor

Public-Private Partnership Monitor: Key Trends and Findings

23 November 2017
Author / Speaker: 
Alexander Jett, ADB - Other materials by the author

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Know more about the key trends in public-private partnership in Asia from ADB's Public-Private Partnership Monitor. 

The first edition of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Monitor tracks the development of the PPP business environment as well as the challenges of doing PPPs in nine of the ADB’s developing member countries: Bangladesh, the People’s Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam. It is divided into four main categories: Regulatory Framework, Institutional Capacity for Implementation, PPP Market Maturity, and Financial Facilities. The PPP Monitor aims to increase the level and quality of private sector participation in infrastructure by serving as an active platform for dialogue between the public and private sectors.

Geographical Focus: 
Regional - Asia
Type of Content: 
Learning Event


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