Monday, 16 February 2009

Bappenas studying 82 projects for bids, including $20 m port

The National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas) is studying proposals for up to 82 infrastructure projects worth US$ 20 billion to decide whether they are ready to put for public bidding. The $20 million cruise ship port project in Tanah Ampo, Bali, is currently the most feasible for a bidding process, according to Bappenas. All the projects will adopt the public-private partnership scheme, which means private stakeholders will provide the majority of the financing while the government provides the guarantee.
Source: PA Asia - Public Affairs and CSR from the Jakarta Post, 9 February, p.14

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