Privatisation and Public Partnership Review 2006-2007 (Paperback)Lisa J. Paul (editor)
Paperback Published: 01/05/2006
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"Privatisation & Public Private Partnership Review 2005/06" provides an indispensable analysis of the global privatisation and PPP market, written by leading experts from investment banks, law firms, accountancy practices & consultants. Governments all around the world are turning to public private partnerships as a means of improving public services and meeting the investment challenges that they face. The introduction of PPPs as a standard tool for the provision of public services and public infrastructure is becoming increasingly commonplace in the European Union, where such policies are directly linked to long-term economic growth and stability. In addition, Eurostat's conclusions in February 2004 on the accounting treatment of PPP contracts within the EU are set to accelerate the growth of the PPP market worldwide. "Privatisation & Public Private Partnership Review 2005/06" discusses in detail from various country standpoints the major deals and future outlook for the market place in 2005. A comprehensive breakdown of privatisation and PPP activity over the last 12 months is reviewed, sector by sector and country by country. Countries and regions covered include: Azerbaijan, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Korea, Mexico, Middle East, Mozambique, Netherlands, Nigeria, Peru, South Africa, Spain, Sub-Saharan Africa, Tanzania, Turkey, UK, US and Uzbekistan. Contributors also look ahead to future projects and developments and discuss current trends and debates.In addition, there is an appendix of privatisation and PPP deals in 2004 and a unique directory containing over 800 market players involved in privatisation and PPP worldwide, including contact details and summary of activities. "The Privatisation & Public Private Partnership Review" is a "must-have" publication for international corporations, global investors, law firms, privatisation agencies, consultants and banks.
Publisher: Euromoney Institutional Investor
Dimensions: 297 x 210 mm
Edition: 11th Revised edition
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