English, Article edition: Public investments and public-privat partnerships development SECRIERU Angela; LOPOTENCO Viorica; CIUMAC Eugenia

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  • Public investments and public-privat partnerships development
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  • SECRIERU Angela
  • LOPOTENCO Viorica
  • CIUMAC Eugenia
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  • Countries seeking to build up their infrastructure in different sectors have several options, including raising financing for public investment by borrowing, increasing public saving, and reallocating public spending from other sectors; getting more out of their investments by improving investment planning and project evaluation and implementation procedures; and encouraging private sector investment. The appropriate strategy will vary from country to country, depending on a country’s fiscal position. An increasing number of countries have entered into PPPs to promote the private sector supply of infrastructure assets and infrastructure based services.
  • public-private partnerships, infrastructures, investments, public sector, private sector
  • RePEc:rom:econmn:v:12:y:2009:i:1special:p:56-61
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