Government Support to PPPs

Governments have supported PPPs through a variety of instruments such as equity, debt, grants, guarantees, and contractual clauses pertaining to risk allocation. Many of these instruments have been used frequently or even consistently in PPPs in developing countries since the inception of their PPP programs given persistent problems in availability, tenure and cost of financing, as well as problems of risk perception among private providers. However, in the aftermath of the financial crisis of 2008 and the subsequent problems in liquidity in infrastructure financing markets, support programs/ instruments have been used more commonly in developed countries as well. This webinar gives an overview of key instruments of support, the pros and cons of using these, how and why governments use these instruments, and the pre-requisites and precautions involved; along with project examples from different regions.

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Shyamala Shukla

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Submitted 11:19 am, June 26, 2018



Submitted 5:02 am, June 15, 2018

interesting, thanks


Submitted 4:27 am, August 23, 2017


Jesús Manuel

Submitted 3:25 pm, March 22, 2017

liked and shared,great info.

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