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Hybrid PPPs : levering EU funds and private capital (Inglês)

The objective of this assignment has been to contribute to the discussions regarding the promotion of hybrid public-private partnerships (PPPs), primarily by the analysis of a small, select sample of such hybrid PPPs that have either successfully reached financial closure, or have failed to reach financial closure for reasons associated with the involvement of EU grants. The sample drew on projects located in Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Greece (Cohesion and Structural Funds), or in the accession countries (ISPA). 12 The Report details several case studies and their analyses. They are a basis for the key recommendations for improving the hybrid PPP process and enhancing its effectiveness. This paper includes the following chapters: introduction, findings and key recommendations, general analysis, and case study analysis.


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    Hybrid PPPs : levering EU funds and private capital

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