This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the required investment in three sectors i.e. Transportation, Energy, and Water and Sanitation in order to achieve an annual growth rate ranging from five percent to ten percent. Furthermore, it assesses the need for Public-Private Partnership (PPP)as an alternative model of infrastructure development in achieving the stated goals. Through a thorough analysis of theories pertaining to PPPs and the current legal practices concerning PPPs in Nepal, the authors provide some key recommendations which have implications for both the federal government and sub-national governments in designing and implementing PPP projects.
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