Central & Eastern Europe: The way forward
Although PPPs have proved popular throughout much of Western Europe, the concept has yet to gain significant ground in Central and Eastern European states. Eva Hegedus, Michael Davies, Mikulas Tousk and Igor Palka explain why
It has been more than a decade since the launch of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the UK. Since then, the concept has been successfully exported across numerous jurisdictions in Western Europe and beyond. In Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), however, their use remains limited.
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