PPP in Asia Future Trends

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) estimated Asia’s total infrastructure investment needs as US$8 trillion from 2010 to 20201, to cope with the challenges of economic growth and population expansion. Public expenditure is usually insufficient and traditional public service delivery isn’t always the best route to meet this volume of building work. Most countries in the […]
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3 Groups Eye PhP50B Prison PPP Project

At least three Filipino companies actively involved in the government’s public-private partnership (PPP) program are keen on the regional prison facilities project, which aims to provide a new penitentiary amid the swelling number of inmates in Metro Manila. Read More Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer Related Articles:SMC Unit Won NAIA Expressway Phase II ProjectPH Economic Team […]
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SMC Unit Won NAIA Expressway Phase II Project

The financial bid of up-front lump sum payment of PhP11 billion to the government has won for the San Miguel Holdings Corporation-owned (PSE: SMC) owned Optimal Infrastructure Development Inc. the right to finance, design, construct, operate and maintain the PhP15.52 billion Public-Private Partnership Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Expressway Phase II Project with a 30-year […]
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PH Economic Team Set to Attract More Japanese Investments

SOURCE: Manila Bulletin The Philippines has urged Japanese businessmen to take advantage of the country’s economic momentum by increasing investments and trade via the Philippine Japanese Economic Partnership Agreement and participation in the P127 billion various infrastructure development projects to be auctioned this year under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program. Read This Article Related Articles:PH […]
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PH Gov’t to Bid Out P10.6B NAIA Expressway

SOURCE: Manila Bulletin The government will bid out the proposed P10.586 billion NAIA Expressway (Phase II) project, a 5.2km elevated expressway that aims to provide direct access to Manila’s international airports, as among the first three projects identified under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) program that will be put on track in the first semester this […]
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