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  • Reply to: Promoting bankable PPPs in Brazilian municipalities   19 hours 53 min ago

    Hello!
    In Brazil there is a specific tariff for Public Lighting, it is monthly paid by the taxpayers, together with the electricity bill. In Portuguese this tariff is called: "Contribuição de Iluminação Pública (CIP)", that stands for - Public Lighting Contribution (PLC)

  • Reply to: The GIF: Having what it takes to develop infrastructure   20 hours 18 min ago

    All projects done by the World Bank aim at reducing poverty globally that is through enhacing private
    sectors within PPPS for sustainable development in infrastructure projects . GIF proved to be an excellent example that is done in Australian case as reported in the above Blog that should be followed by other countries, whether developed or developing countries.
    Yours Very Respectfully,
    Dr. Mohamed Taher Abdelrazik Hamada, Ph.D
    Senior American Citizen
    Retired Professor at Strayer University, USA

  • Reply to: Promoting bankable PPPs in Brazilian municipalities   20 hours 46 min ago

    Brazilian case proved to be challengable in spite of it's shortcomings . PPPS bankable systems helped
    to face some difficulties in Brazilian muncipipalities that attracted investors , this initiative helped to promote the private sector projects in Brazil such as the street lighting PPPS and city sewer system as mentioned in the above blog.
    Yours Very Respectfully,
    Dr . Mohamed Taher Abdelrazik Hamada, Ph.D
    Senior American Citizen
    Retired Professor at Strayer University,USA

  • Reply to: Promoting bankable PPPs in Brazilian municipalities   1 day 11 hours ago

    In the PPP example of the public lighting system, where do the cashflows come from to repay the investors? Taxes from the municipality?
    Secondly how come PPPs in subsaharan Africa are hard to structure?

  • Reply to: Scaling up World Bank guarantees to move the needle on infrastructure finance   3 days 21 hours ago

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