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Practitioners look at PPPs in Eastern Europe and East Mediterranean through GDLN Video Dialogue

The World Bank Institute’s Public Private Partnerships (PPP) program hosted a global video dialogue on March 15, 2010.  The event provided an opportunity for peer-to-peer knowledge exchange between PPP practitioners from countries in the Eastern Europe and East Mediterranean region. 

Government officials from the Turkish Privatization Administration and the Higher School of Economics of Moscow shared their countries’ latest PPP developments and insights drawn from their own experiences. A detailed overview of the PPP market in the Eastern Europe and Middle East regions was provided by the European PPP Expertise Center (EPEC) of the European Investment Bank (EIB).
The video dialogue was broadcast over the internet and watched by the members of the global PPPI network, public sector officials and infrastructure specialists which posed several questions to the presenters. Outcomes from the dialogue will feed into the main discussions during the upcoming global PPP Days 2010, which will bring together hundreds of PPP practitioners on March 22-25, 2010 in Manila to explore innovative PPP models and key policy issues.

The video dialogue was broadcast over the internet and watched by the members of the global PPPI network, public sector officials and infrastructure specialists which posed several questions to the presenters. Outcomes from the dialogue will feed into the main discussions during the upcoming global PPP Days 2010, which will bring together hundreds of PPP practitioners on March 22-25, 2010 in Manila to explore innovative PPP models and key policy issues.

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