Poll: Is Europe’s PPP model broken?

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Despite all their potential, public-private partnerships (PPPs) have experienced mixed fortunes in Europe. Even the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, a typical proponent of the structure, recently described central European PPPs as 'pretty on paper, poor in practice’.

The dwindling number of projects reaching financial close, and the increasing number of unhappy operators, has sparked IFLR’s next Quick Poll: is Europe’s PPP model broken?

Vote now on the Quick Poll box on the right of IFLR’s homepage. All votes are anonymous.

The results will be published in the October edition of IFLR magazine.

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