Public-Private Partnerships Working for Improved Infrastructure in India

December 30th, 2010
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The Economic Times:  In the 1990s, entry of private players in the telecom created a revolution, erasing the long waiting lists. These projects demonstrated that government-only approach need not remain the norm for constructing, operating and maintaining large infrastructure projects.  Since the turn of the century public-private infrastructure projects have become more common and diverse in India.

Follow up:

Airports, highways, rail links and shipping ports are among the successful ventures of the 21st century.  It seems, finally, that India has found a way to make serious inroads against its infrastructure deficit.  Read more.....

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