Public-Private Partnership Monitor Series
The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Monitor series provides detailed information on the PPP landscape in selected countries in Asia and the Pacific. The series has two main aims. One is to provide investors with business intelligence on the enabling environment, policies, priority sectors, and deals to facilitate informed investment decisions. The other is to provide ADB’s developing member countries with a diagnostic tool to identify gaps in their PPP legal, regulatory, and institutional frameworks.
Public–Private Partnership Monitor: Pakistan
This publication contains a detailed overview of Pakistan’s public–private partnership (PPP) landscape, including information on legal and regulatory frameworks developments implemented in the country.
Public–Private Partnership Monitor: Indonesia
This guide contains a detailed overview of Indonesia’s public–private partnership (PPP) landscape, with more than 500 qualitative and quantitative indicators for national, sector-specific, and local projects in the country.
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.
Public–Private Partnership Monitor: Papua New Guinea
This publication provides an overview of the public–private partnership (PPP) market in Papua New Guinea. It explores the PPP Act implementation in line with financing and investment opportunities in the country.
Public–Private Partnership Monitor (Second Edition)
This publication presents information on the status of the public–private partnership (PPP) environment in 12 ADB member countries.
Public-Private Partnership Monitor
This publication provides information on the PPP business environment in nine ADB developing member countries to help public sector policy makers improve private sector participation in infrastructure projects.