The infrastructure procurement decision

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Following a period of underinvestment in infrastructure, the UK government determined that private sector involvement was necessary and advantageous to reverse the trends in infrastructure investment. As a result, Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) were introduced as models that could encapsulate the provision of infrastructure projects through a joint public and...

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