06 Apr 2015

Cabinet approves PPP model for Blue and Purple lines development in Thailand.

  The cabinet of Thailand has endorsed Transport Ministry’s plan to bring together PPP (public-private partnership) modality.   It will be applied in the joint development of the Blue Line railway project extension from Hua Lampong to Bangkhae and Bang Sue to Tha Para and the Purple Line from Taopoon

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03 Apr 2015

Malaysia follows ppp and gets success

  The chief secretary to the Malaysian government Ali Hamsa said that the implementation of The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative which has been started for more than 30 years, has contributed significantly towards Malaysia’s rapid economic growth.   The development of tolled highways, airports, ports and education infrastructure, as well

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03 Apr 2015

2015 EU-Taiwan Government Accomplishing Seminar (22/01/2015)

  The EU-Taiwan Government Procurement (GP) hosted a Seminar on 22ndJanuary, 2015. Eminent experts on public procurement, from the European Unionand Taiwan shared their proficiencies on the legal framework of PublicProcurement and Public Private Partnership (PPP) for public infrastructureprojects.   The seminar was attended by more than 185 officials from

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02 Apr 2015

Transparent system for private investment in railways: Suresh Prabhu

  Railway  Minister of India Suresh Prabhu today states that  a transparent system in railway  is being put in place  to give a face-lift  to the public-private-partnership (PPP) cell of railway ministry..He invited private investment in this sector. He said a railway is making the system transparent for private participation

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01 Apr 2015

Incredible PPP Prospects in Indonesian Infrastructure

Involvement of ppp projects can speed up the Indonesian infrastructure.   Indonesia  is facing  an obstacle to higher economic growth due to Inadequate infrastructure . The government failed to keep promises to control gridlocked traffic, address shaky power supply and relieve overburdened airports and seaports – due to  projects failed to

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01 Apr 2015

Economic Survey 2015: Airport PPP model frontrunners of improved infrastructure.

  The success of public private partnership (PPP) model in Indian airports has headed towards a noteworthy development in setup and collection of revenues, opines the Economic Survey 2014-15.   "One of the significant achievements of the civil aviation sector is that the PPP model for airports has led to

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01 Apr 2015

PPP launched in Mokokchung, Nagaland:

  Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode programme instigated at Aliba village under Mokokchung district was officially launched on March 14 by additional director of fisheries, Kevisa Kense.   Assistant director of fisheries, Nagaland Kohima, Ketusielie Angami said that the programme  where a total of nineteen fish ponds covering a total

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30 Mar 2015

Public Private Partnership project

  Uruzgan is one of the poorest regions in Afghanistan. Health facilities are often absent, very remote, or and the quality of care is low. For people in the region it is often very hard to go to a clinic or hospital, resulting in a lack of quality basic health

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30 Mar 2015

‘Need more PPP projects in healthcare’

  India’s rising healthcare needs require quality infrastructure — about 6.5 lakh additional beds — which entail an investment of ₹1.65 lakh crore by 2017, a white paper on public-private-partnership in healthcare said.   The paper ‘Public-Private People Partnership: Winning in Collaboration,’ which calls for more and better collaboration between

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30 Mar 2015

PPP in Healthcare – The Road Ahead

The transformation expected by the healthcare industry continues to remain unfulfilled in all previous budgets, as the healthcare industry has failed to gain the priority infrastructure status.   This may slow down private investment and will adversely affect the spread of secondary healthcare in Tier 2, Tier 3 cities and

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