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Public-Private Partnership and Concessioning Workshop

By: Fontini Consulting Ltd

Ghana

16 - 20 Jun, 2014  5 days

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Course Content: Public-Private Partnership & Concessioning Workshop

  1. Dynamics of PPP in global economic development.
  2. The roles of private equity companies.
  3. PPP principles and constrains.
  4. What makes PPP’s go right and wrong?
  5. Risk factors in PPP transactions
  6. Regulatory issues in PPP transactions.
Accra, Ghana Jun 16 - 20 Jun, 2014

+2348035062583

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