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Toll roads : recent trends in private participation (English)

During the 1990s developing countries increasingly turned to the private sector for construction, management, and maintenance of toll roads. Between 1990 and 1999, US$61 billion of private investment was committed to 279 projects in 26 developing countries, comprising 34,369 kilometers of toll highways, bridges and tunnels. ... See More +

Viewpoint 22402 DEC 31, 2000

Da Silva,Gisele F. Disclosed

Private participation in the airport sector : recent trends (English)

During the 1990s private sponsors have participated in projects involving eighty-nine airports in twenty-three developing countries, with investment totaling US$5.4 billion. ... See More +

Viewpoint 19933 NOV 30, 1999

Da Silva,Gisele F. Disclosed

Public policy for the private sector (English)

The East Asian financial crisis - fallout for private power projects, by R. David Gray and John Schuster. Contingent liabilities for infrastructure projects - implementing a risk management framework for governments, by Christopher Lewis and Ashoka Mody. ... See More +

Newsletter 21277 SEP 30, 1998

Gray, R. David; Schuster, John; Lewis, Christopher; Mody, Ashoka; Haarmeyer, David; Law, Peter; De Franco, Nelson; O'Leary, Donal; Charpentier, Jean-Pierre; Minogue,Diane; Shirley, Mary; Silva, Gisele; Tynan, Nicola; Yilmaz, Yesim Disclosed

Private participation in the water and sewerage sector - recent trends (English)

The PPI (Private Participation in Infrastructure) Project Database covers private participation in infrastructure in developing countries. The database records details of all projects owned or managed by private companies in 1984-97 in the water, energy, transport, and telecommunications sectors. ... See More +

Viewpoint 18438 AUG 31, 1998

Silva, Gisele; Tynan, Nicola; Yilmaz, Yesim