Posts Tagged ‘PPP’

Ppp Projects In Brazil: 2) General Concepts And A Comparative Comparative View Between Ppp And Concession

by Júlio César Bueno

Continuing our last discussion on PPPs in Brazil, we should note that PPP LAW applies to government entities (including mixed-capital companies) directly or indirectly controlled by the Federal Government, States, Federal District and Municipalities. Article 2 of PPP LAW defines PPP as follows: “Public-Private Partnership is an administrative concession contract that may assume the form of either a sponsored or an administrative concession contract.” PPPs are expected to be implemented concurrently with existing concession contracts, focusing on infrastructure projects. PPP LAW provides for sponsored concession and administrative concession.

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Dubai World restructuring and PPPs in the Gulf

by Melanie Grimmitt

The news of the requested standstill period for Dubai World debt repayments has left those of us who advise on Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects in the region wondering what it will mean for us……

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PPP: the way forward for region’s projects

While there are constraints to the implementation of PPPs in the Middle East, the region remains a fertile ground for innovative PPP solutions and governments are working hard to overcome the obstacles that currently exist, writes Joanne Emerson*. (Read more..)

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