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Public-Private Partnership: Best Practices and Lessons from India

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Emerging markets offer attractive opportunities for domestic and foreign investors—especially in the infrastructure sector. For instance, India needs to invest US$1 trillion in infrastructure projects merely to sustain its current growth rate of 8% (which could jump to 10% as the infrastructure improves). Public-private partnerships (PPP) are vital for leveraging such opportunities.

Mr Madhavan Nambiar, a highly respected Indian civil servant and an expert in PPP , will address: • How big are the investment opportunities in infrastructure sector in emerging markets like India? • What are the effective public-private partnership (PPP) mechanisms and strategies for large infrastructure programmes? • Dos and don’ts: How should the private sector engage with governments in emerging markets?

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