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26 May 2017

New York gives millions to Plattsburgh revitalization project

Exciting changes are ahead for the city of Plattsburgh. The state is putting $10 million into developing the city’s downtown. This money is going toward ten different projects around the city aimed at making Plattsburgh a vibrant destination for families. “This is the point in Plattsburgh’s economic development history. We’re

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26 May 2017

U.S. and Kazakhstani officials joined together forofficial ‘send-off’ to Expo in Astana

The USA Pavilion held its official ‘send-off’ to Expo 2017 Astana, Kazakhstan at an event in Washington, D.C., featuring U.S. and Kazakhstani representatives previewing the world’s most prominent energy, innovation and person-to-person global event of 2017, USA Pavilion 2017 said in a statement. The project is a public private partnership,

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24 May 2017

Stakeholders seek public-private partnership to develop solar energy

Some stakeholders in the agriculture and environment sectors have called for public-private partnerships in efforts to develop solar energy so as to reduce greenhouse gases emissions. They made the call in Abuja last week at the Dialogue Workshop on Low Carbon Growth for Nigeria– Policy Coherence in the interest of

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24 May 2017

Jamaica Gains In Public-Private Partnership Programme Ranking

Jamaica’s public-private partnership programme (PPP) Programme now ranks fourth in Latin America and the Caribbean with a 71 per cent rating, following joint leaders Chile and Colombia at 74 per cent and third ranked Brazil at 72 per cent. Peru rounds out the top five with a rating of 69

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23 May 2017

Labour open to private partnerships or overseas investors

Labour would consider public-private partnerships or Chinese investment to fund much-needed infrastructure, leader Andrew Little says. Mr. Little was hitting back at Prime Minister Bill English’s claims Labour wants to slow the economy because it is unwilling to spend on infrastructure to keep up with growth. Mr. English made the

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23 May 2017

City of Windhoek owed N$500 million

The City of Windhoek (CoW) is owed more than N$500 million in unpaid rates and arrears by residents, government institutions and businesses its new CEO, Robert Kahimise, revealed at State House yesterday when he and his team briefed President Hage Geingob on challenges faced and achievements made by CoW over

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22 May 2017

Michigan Department of Natural Resources seeking public, private partners to support two state programs

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced last week that it is actively seeking public and private participants for two partnership programs designed to raise awareness and funds for outdoor recreation. “We have found that businesses and organizations want to work hand in hand with the DNR to foster

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22 May 2017

$323 million Buffett Cancer Center designed to spur collaboration between doctors, researchers

With about two weeks to go until the first patients arrive, the new Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center last week was bustling with nurses and other health care providers getting the lay of their new land. One group gathered in the infusion center, where cancer patients will receive chemotherapy

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