01 Nov 2018

PR open to public-private partnership, says Sheikh Rasheed

ISLAMABAD: A delegation of International Monetary Fund (IMF), chaired by its resident representative Teresa Daben Sanchez, met with Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed and discussed various issues on Thursday. According to a statement released from the ministry, the IMF delegation was interested in finding out measures to reduce fiscal

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31 Oct 2018

Budget & finance committees move public-private partnership forward

JACKSON, Tenn. — “We do not want to raise taxes,” Madison County Commissioner Doug Stephenson said. “I mean, that’s our game plan. We’re going to do what we have money to do.” Now the question is, how will the county pay for the public-private partnership? “We’re going to make a

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26 Oct 2018

EllisDon to issue bonds to finance US$320 million hospital P3 in British Columbia

EllisDon Capital Inc. is preparing to issue two amortizing senior secured bonds to finance the CAD417 million (US$319.5 million) Royal Inland Hospital Expansion Project. Totaling approximately CAD154.9 million (US$118.7 million), the bonds have been assigned a first-time A3 rating by Moody’s Investors Service. The project involves the design, construction, financing

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12 Oct 2018

Successful public-private partnerships lifting Jamaica’s international profile – PM

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the implementation of several successful Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects is heightening Jamaica’s profile across the global investment community. He said the outcomes of undertakings, such as privatisation of the Kingston Container Terminal and the North-South Highway, have served to elevate Jamaica’s ranking to fourth among

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10 Oct 2018

Public-Private Partnership Sought To Provide Employee Housing At Acadia National Park

A unique approach to employee housing — a public-private partnership — is being explored at Acadia National Park, where the National Park Service is gauging the interest of private individuals, housing and lodging developers, and other organizations to enter into an agreement to construct and operate housing for seasonal park

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10 Oct 2018

Malaysia approves 45 Public Private Partnerships projects

Going forward, economic growth will be driven by the high-tech sectors, underlining the potential of the digital economy in ensuring Malaysia’s transition to a high-income and developed economy. It is expected that the PPPs will help with that. Some 45 out of the 67 public-private partnership (PPP) projects under the

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09 Oct 2018

Logistics zone, transport jetty to be built under public-private partnership

The Yangon Regional Gvernment is going to develop the Ngwe Pin Lel Integrated Logistics Zone and Inland Water Transport Jetty under a public-private-partnership (PPP) agreement, U Myint Thaung, the regional minister of planning and finance for Yangon Regional Government, said. The matter came up when regional representative Daw Sandar Min

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09 Oct 2018

Canadian province to tender US$1.5 billion hospital P3

The Government of Nova Scotia, a province in eastern Canada, has announced that the redevelopment of the QEII Health Sciences Centre, known as the QEII New Generation project, will be partly undertaken through a public-private partnership (P3). The total cost of the project is estimated to be CAD2 billion (US$1.54

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05 Oct 2018

Total cost of QEII redevelopment will be about $2 billion

The Nova Scotia government has decided to partner with a private company to replace three aging buildings at the QEII hospital complex in Halifax, part of a $2-billion redevelopment of the Maritime region’s major hospital system. The McNeil government will begin the search for that partner this fall by issuing

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03 Oct 2018

Gov’t. establishes formal policy for public private partnerships

The Government has established a formal policy for public-private partnerships (PPP) that sets out clear definitions and terms to govern the process of identifying, screening, procuring and managing PPPs, including how to treat unsolicited proposals. Deputy Prime Minister Peter Turnquest said in the past, the term PPP has been used

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