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10 Apr 2015

ICT academy on Public-Private Partnership – launched in Mauritius

Mauritius officially established an office of an industry-driven ICT Academy, based on a public-private partnership (PPP) model at the Cyber Tower 1, in Ebène Cyber-city. The ICT academy likely assists in capacity building and to provide support in producing a skilled workforce. It will help in keeping up pace with

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10 Apr 2015

BAM completes Irish schools PPP contract

BAM accomplishes the first public-private partnership (PPP) project in the Irish government’s stimulus programme   Bundle 4 of the schools programme project includes four new post-primary schools in the counties of Tipperary, Cork, Clare and Louth. The schools will all be built on Greenfield sites and will have an overall

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08 Apr 2015

Peru to increase hospital, water project investments

Peru's government decides to invest US$8.4bn soles (US$2.8bn) in hospital infrastructure projects over the next three years, according to a health ministry statement. It is under planning.   The government of President Ollanta Humala gives importance to spend on infrastructure. For this reason potable water and sewerage projects are on the go

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08 Apr 2015

AAI’s PPP model faces confrontation from employees

The employees’ union opposed the idea of privatization. The Airports Authority of India’s plan to privatise four airports – Chennai, Kolkata, Jaipur and Ahmedabad – has hit a road block due to issues related to human resources. The PSU has extended the deadline for ‘Request for Qualification’ (RFQ) by two

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08 Apr 2015

Kenya says private-public partnerships are ‘Key to infrastructure development’

The government of Kenya has declared to finance 57 “key infrastructure projects” under private-public partnership (PPP) schemes.   National Treasury cabinet secretary Henry Rotich said in an interview that Kenya “is keen to tap the private sector to bridge the infrastructure financing deficit”.   According to Standard Digital, Rotich said:

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08 Apr 2015

Two PPP initiatives competing for Colombia’s busiest corridor

Colombian highway concessionaire Infrastructure Concesionada (Infracon) has put forward a 2.4tn-peso (US$993mn) public-private partnership (PPP) to add a third lane to the highway between the municipality of Girardot and capital Bogotá.   The corridor, as said to be the busiest in Colombia, is currently operated by concessionaire Autopista Bogotá Girardot

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07 Apr 2015

PPP confrontation faced by Brazil’s Sergipe state government

  Workers unions in Sergipe state government in Brazil resisted  the plans to create public-private partnerships (PPP) to control state water utility Deso, the port of Sergipe, hospitals and prisons.   According to the Sindisan website, State waterworks union Sindisan and local workers union CUT-SE are planning a remonstration on World

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07 Apr 2015

PPP and FDI: New hope for Bam Group

  Theo Cullinane , CEO of long-standing Irish construction business Bam Group Ireland , says the public private partnership (PPP) stimulus package of €2.2bn offers a “positive outlook”.   He also sait it should fetch more confidence within the sector. It is in the construction stage   Bam Group Ireland

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