Public–Private Partnership Monitor: Philippines
This publication presents a detailed overview of the current state of the public–private partnership (PPP) environment in the Philippines, which has a relatively mature market among ADB developing member countries.
In over three decades, the Philippines developed a robust PPP enabling framework through the Build–Operate–Transfer Law of 2012 and the PPP Center, witnessing 116 financially closed PPPs. Under the government’s 2017–2022 Development Plan that has an infrastructure investment target of $180 billion, PPPs are expected to play a pivotal role in financing national and subnational infrastructure investments. With a pipeline of 37 PPPs, the government is taking various steps to further improve the environment for PPPs.
- National Public–Private Partnership Landscape
- Sector-Specific Public–Private Partnership Landscape
- Local Government Public–Private Partnership Landscape