Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Municipal Water & Sewerage Infrastructure in India

 


The Indian economy has been delivering strong economic growth for the last few years. However, to sustain this momentum it is vital to develop quality infrastructure. The Government of India is actively initiating public-private partnerships. According to the Planning Commission approximately 8.0 percent of the GDP needs to be invested for Infrastructure development. Another target under the 11th Five year plan is to treat all urban waste water by 2012. There is no doubt that private sector participation will be required—but there is a need to understand the challenges involved in PPP projects. This market insight deals with the market dynamics of PPP projects and an outlook on investments done by Government of India.

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