In October 2010, the ASEAN leaders adopted the Master Plan for ASEAN Connectivity (MPAC) to bring capital, peoples, goods, and services closer together through improved infrastructure. Given that the resource requirements for infrastructure development are significant, it is widely recognized that mobilizing private sector financing in infrastructure development will be critical. Catalyzing private investments for the ASEAN will, in turn, require more active use of the capital market instruments. In addition to financing private investment in infrastructure, the identification of private investments in the form of bankable public-private partnership (PPP) infrastructure projects remains a challenge.
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