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|Title:||Thoughts on a methodology to analyse viability of private-sector participation in new infrastructure projects in developing countries|
|Citation:||Ranasinghe, M. (1998). Thoughts on a methodology to analyse viability of private-sector participation in new infrastructure projects in developing countries. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 16 (3) : 203-213. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A model has been developed for investment analysis of all types of infrastructure projects: it addresses some of the key issues for developing countries regarding private-sector participation in infrastructure projects. As an illustration, financial analyses of a bulk water supply project and a water distribution project in Sri Lanka are carried out to estimate subsidy percentages required to make the projects viable. To reap maximum benefits from private-sector participation in water supply, the Government should review its policy on water pricing and institute a reasonable increase in tariffs.|
|Source Title:||Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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