Unlocking private and institutional investment into infrastructure.
In emerging markets, asset recycling can play a crucial role in helping governments bridge the infrastructure gap through the sale or lease of existing public infrastructure to private or institutional parties. What are the obstacles and how can the public sector effectively engage the market while maintaining competitive tension?
This paper highlights the key imperatives for success in monetization/asset recycling programs in emerging markets by analyzing the regulatory regimes, policy frameworks and project pipelines - both greenfield and brownfield - in two of the fastest growing Asian countries, India and Indonesia.
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