Infrastructure for Poor People: Public Policy for Private Provision

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During the last two decades many governments have allowed private companies to offer infrastructure services which were previously provided only by state-owned businesses. In some cases they have privatized state-owned business and in others, they have permitted private firms to invest in and operate those businesses under lease contracts or long-term concessions. In still other instances, private firms have been allowed to compete alongside former government monopolists. 'Infrastructure for Poor People' examines the data ...

Infrastructure for Poor People: Public Policy for Private Provision 2003, World Bank Publications, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780821353424

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