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EID 2012 Vol. XII No.1: Public-Private Partnership

Public-private partnership or PPP is a contractual agreement between the government and private sector that paves the way for the delivery of public infrastructure and/or public services such as power, water, transportation, education, and health. As a flagship project of the present administration, this agreement must be understood and explored well. This EID therefore presents the different forms of PPP, limitations, and other relevant information regarding this topic.

Philippine Institute for Development Studies
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Tenorio, Jose Ignacio O.; infrastructure; public service; Philippines; public-private partnership (PPP);
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