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  • Reply to: PPP reflections for a new year   5 days 19 hours ago

    Truly inspiring Emmanuel. IFC's early initiative and consistent leadership in helping governments to create balanced concessions and transparent processes has gone a long way toward proving the PPP concept globally. In the process, it's also demonstrated the enormous impact that can be realized by attracting private investment to development on a sustainable basis. Kudos to C3P on its 30 year prelude to the composition of 3.0 and MFD! And happy new year.

  • Reply to: PPP reflections for a new year   5 days 23 hours ago

    Kindly send the blog

  • Reply to: Scaling the use of Islamic finance for infrastructure: MDBs can help   1 month 4 days ago

    Keep doing the good work there.Thanks a lot.

  • Reply to: Scaling the use of Islamic finance for infrastructure: MDBs can help   1 month 4 days ago

    A welcome source for PPPs. Streamlining ,the criteria of who will participate and under what terms is truly important. The negative and quite often misleading association of Islamic financing with ' War on terror' efforts must also be cleared. The standard International regulations on movement of money ,investment, tax obligations, and then oversight roles, must be stated clearly , so that geopolitics and other faith based interests volatile as they are do not in any way cause unnecessary turbulence in the World Financial systems, and Economies, particularly those who need this opportunity most.

  • Reply to: A tale of two airports: Public vs. private   2 months 2 weeks ago

    Quite Interesting article. I have been to few airports and it fascinates me how uniquely beautiful and efficient they are. Sometimes i wonder if African airports could ever be as beautiful and efficient as those in developed countries. With the high level of bad governance and corruption, i believe the models that could be more effective in Africa are; Management Contracts, Service contract and the PPP. The not for profit & corporatation certainly not suitable.