ADB's Focus on Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)
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Asia badly needs infrastructure, but for cash-strapped governments the key is teaming up with businesses, says an ADB publication that examines the best way of sharing risk and proposes optimal ways of financing such deals.
This publication shows how public–private partnerships (PPPS) can be effective to meet Asia’s growing infrastructure needs.
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.
The Office of Public–Private Partnership (OPPP) was established in September 2014 to help deliver bankable PPP projects across developing Asia. Find out more about how the office works and why public-private partnerships are key to regional economic growth.
Infrastructure needs in developing Asia and the Pacific will exceed $22.6 trillion through 2030. Available funding from traditional sources falls far short of the investment need. Public–private partnerships can play an important role in addressing this massive requirement. Involvement of the private sector has the potential to improve efficiency as well as asset and service quality.
To support public–private partnerships in the region, ADB has a dedicated team of advisors to assist both public sector clients and private sector sponsors across a wide range of sectors. ADB advises on project conceptualization, structuring, marketing, and negotiation while firmly rooting transactions on public policy imperatives.
ADB’s Office of Public–Private Partnership helps governments use the financing, efficiency and quality of the private sector for projects that benefit society. This includes providing transaction advisory services and a project preparation facility that helps governments, and their private sector partners, establish a pipeline of bankable PPP projects.