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06 Oct 2015

U.S. and Baltic experts discussed about PPPs to strengthen cyber security

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs organised a seminar on 18-19 May in Riga for the United States and Baltic experts with a special attention on the energy sector and risks of cyber-attack. The seminar mainly aimed to take an account of what has been accomplished in the framework of a

05 Oct 2015

Accomplishment of Lithuania’s first road PPP project

The Palanga bypass pilot public-private partnership (PPP) project has been opened to the public on May this year. The Lithuanian Road Administration nominated Kauno Tiltai and Siauliu Plentas to design, build, operate, and finance the Palanga bypass contract, worth €36 million over 25 years. The contract was awarded following a

05 Oct 2015

EBRD arranged global meeting on emphasizing PPP

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) arranged a two-day global meeting focusing on PPPs on 16th June at London Headquarters. The main theme of The PPP Days 2015 was “What would it take to double the right private investment in infrastructure in emerging markets?” The PPP Days 2015 focused

01 Oct 2015

Westpac Banking Corporation ready to sponsor Women’s expo

Westpac Banking Corporation yesterday approved a $500,000 sponsorship towards the National Women Expo which begins on October 14. Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar and General Manager Westpac Adrian Hughes jointly declared this during a press conference in Suva. In the address, Ms Akbar said: “This partnership

30 Sep 2015

Russian toll-highway job goes to an Italian-Turkish joint Venture

Italian contractor Astaldi and Turkey’s IC Ictas has signed a contract to design and build a 140-km stretch of the new Moscow-St. Petersburg toll highway in Russia in preparation for the 2018 Fifa World Cup. The contract, valued at $1.2bn (68 billion roubles; €1.1bn), sees the 50-50 JV, called ICA,

30 Sep 2015

Public private partnerships are best to solve Perth road congestion issues

More private public partnerships are in need to fund transport infrastructure development in WA to solve traffic congestion issues in the future. Infrastructure Australia released The Our Infrastructure Challenges report where it has been projected that WA would continue to be the fastest growing state in the country, with the

29 Sep 2015

Public Private Partnership model to fight back HIV in Namibia

The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG), through its Wellness Service, continues to deliver HIV/AIDS and Primary Health Care services to truck drivers and mobile populations along its transport corridors. This is to guarantee that more HIV-positive cases are identified and referred to care, treatment and support programmes.   For the

28 Sep 2015

Spitz Healthcare paves way for future PPP oncology facility in Namibia

Spitz Healthcare Investments is going to build Namibian Oncology Centre in Windhoek later this year. The centre will have chemotherapy, laboratory, pharmacy and in-patient facilities as well as the Elekta digital linear accelerator radiation treatment in Namibia for the first time. The centre’s radiation unit will have the capacity to



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