Governments throughout the Middle East face considerable challenges when developing modern, reliable and sustainable infrastructure. To support the demands of population growth, rapid urbanization and economic expansion, they must fund new projects while maintaining tight control over their expenditures and keeping taxation low.

Some governments choose to transfer these investments to the private sector. However, obstacles such as security, lack of interest, and unattractive market conditions don’t always make this a possibility.

Public-private partnerships – also known as PPPs or P3s – offer an alternative. Learn more about how these partnerships enable governments to integrate their regulatory strengths with private sector investment, management and innovative capabilities.

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