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  • Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project

    Indian Institute of Management   |   Energy

    This case study prepared by the Indian Institute of Management presents Nam Theun 2 (NT2) Hydroelectric project, which includes the development, construction, and operation of a 1,070 MW power plant. Nam Theun 2 is a cross-border Independent Power Producer (IPP) project following a Build-Own

  • National Public-Private Partnership Framework in ASEAN Member Countries- Mactan–Cebu International Airport Passenger Terminal Project

    Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia   |   Transport

    This case study discusses the construction of a new passenger terminal and renovation of the existing terminal of the Mactan–Cebu International Airport (MCIA), the second largest airport in the Philippines. The paper presents the PPP project’s background, sectoral overview, financing scheme, and

  • Russian Federation-- A Sector Assessment: Broadband in Russia

    World Bank Group   |   ICT

    A first step in infrastructure planning is often to do a sector assessment.  This World Bank paper aims to advise the Government of Russia on the measures needed to develop broadband throughout the country in support of economic growth. It first examines the broadband market in Russia and

  • Private Sector Participation in Electricity Transmission and Distribution: Experiences from Brazil, Peru, the Philippines, and Turkey

    World Bank Group   |   Energy

    In recent decades, many countries have embarked on structural reform programs involving private sector participation (PSP) across the entire value chain of the power sector. Often as part of a broader market oriented reform program, governments have resorted to PSP in transmission and distribution

  • Allocating Risks in Public-Private Partnership Contracts

    Global Infrastructure Hub   |   Trade ; Transport ; ICT ; Energy

    The objective of this Report is to provide additional guidance to countries, including both members and non-members of the G20, that wish to develop a programme of PPP transactions. The primary focus is on those countries with limited or no prior experience of PPPs, and the desired outcome of the


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