The World Bank Group and the Government of Sudan has launched Sudan’s first Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative.
The Government of Mali has adopted a new PPP Law (Loi N°2016 - 016/ DU 30 Dec 2016 Relative aux Partenariats Public-Prive au Mali).
Sri Lanka is to setup a separate division for Public Private Partnerships (PPP) under the Treasury with experts to support and advice on PPP projects.
The Municipality of Angra dos Reis, located in the State of Rio de Janeiro, has published its law on public-private partnerships (PPPs).
The Monetary Board (MB) has announced that the additional 25 percent Single Borrowers’ Limit (SBL) available to banks and quasi-banks which can be tapped to finance Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects has expired on 28 December 2016.
The State of Maranhão, Brasil, has enacted a new law on public-private partnerships (PPPs) and a new regulation on the Expresion of Interest procedure (EOI).
The Philippine Stock Exchange has issued the new listing and disclosure rules applicable to companies engaged in PPP projects, supporting the Philippines Government's efforts to sustain the country's economic growth through sustainable partnerships with the private sector for infrastructure development.
Romania has promulgated a law on public-private partnership (PPP) three years after the government led by Victor Ponta initiated the project.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced that the country is to prepare documentation to govern public-private partnerships (PPPs) by the end of the year.
Regulators have allowed companies building infrastructure projects under the government’s public-private partnership scheme to list shares on the stock exchange, according to rules released this week.
The Argentine Chamber of Deputies has approved the new Public-Private Partnership (PPP) framework to help address the country’s existing infrastructure deficit and make banks and multilateral lending agencies more interested in financing public works.
The Government of Victoria (Australia) has launched new requirements for public private partnerships (PPPs) in order to ensure best practice and allow the private sector to tender for Victorian Government projects with greater certainty.
The British government awarded a grant worth £90,112 (US$110.035) to the Philippines through the Public-Private Partnership Center (PPPC) to further support the country’s PPP program and attract participation of foreign investors in PPP projects.
The government of Nepal has introduced the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy aimed to close the gap in funding and project preparation in the country and to assist developers to implement PPP projects.
The National Assembly of Nicaragua has published the bill on Public Private Partnership (PPP), which is aimed to regulate government involvement with the private sector in the formulation, contracting, financing, construction and operation of projects through PPP model.
The Nigerian State of Kwara has inaugurated the Board of the Kwara State Public Private Partnership Bureau (KP3) to supervise all PPP arrangements in the state.
The Government of Benin has passed a new legal framework on public-private-partnership (PPP).
The Argentine Congress has approved a bill for a new Public-Private Partnership (PPP) framework to help address the country’s existing infrastructure deficit and make banks and multilateral lending agencies more interested in financing public works.
The government of Nicaragua has introduced a new PPP bill before the National Assembly in order to attract private investment. Given the national interest of the new bill, the initiative could be approved within a couple of weeks.
The Mindanao Development Authority (Minda) plans to create its own Private-Public Partnership (PPP) Unit to complement with the PPP Center in the Central Office in Manila (Philippines).