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Title Building integrated markets within the East African Community : EAC opportunities in public-private partnership approaches to the region's infrastructure needs / prepared by the World Bank in collaboration with the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat with the support of the Trademark East Africa (TMEA)
Published Washington DC : The World Bank, 2014
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Series World Bank Study
World Bank study.
Contents Part A: The status of PPP frameworks and portfolios in the EAC. Background -- Partner state PPP frameworks -- Partner state portfolios -- Current status of capital markets -- Existing capacities and activities of EAC. -- Part B: Lessons learned from regional project case studies. Summary of country case studies -- Key questions and lessons in defining a role for RECs. -- Part C: Regional PPP policy framework issues. -- Key considerations for a regional PPP policy -- EAC regional PPP policy: key areas of priority and options -- EAC regional PPP resource center: issues and options -- PPP financing: issues and options -- Conclusion -- key elements of a strategic business plan -- Key criteria for a strategic business plan -- Establishing measurable policy outcomes -- Creation of a task force -- Budgetary requirements. Annex 1: PPP country framework templates -- Annex 2: PPP portfolios in EAC partner states -- Annex 3: Rift Valley Railway case -- Annex 4: Johannesburg to Maputo N4 Toll Road case -- Annex 5: West African Gas Pipeline case -- Annex 6: EADB -- preliminary institutional assessment (as of October 2011)
Summary This Book has been prepared by the World Bank, based on an extensive consultation-based diagnostic exercise initiated at the request from the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat. The EAC - in its ongoing efforts to deepen the economic linkages within its fast-growing region and strengthen the competitiveness of its Partner States - launched a review of the conduciveness of the existing legal, regulatory, institutional and financial framework in place within the region to foster increased public-private partnership investments in regional infrastructure. The World Bank team, in close coope
Notes "December 2013."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject East African Community -- Economic policy.
Infrastructure (Economics) -- Africa, East.
Investments -- Africa, East.
Public-private sector cooperation -- Africa, East.
Form Electronic book
Author East African Community. Secretariat, sponsor
TradeMark East Africa, sponsor
World Bank, issuing body
LC no. 2014023072
ISBN 1464802270 (alk. paper)
1464802289 (pdf)
9781464802270 (alk. paper)
9781464802287 (pdf)
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