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InfraCompass
Explore the capability of 49 countries to deliver infrastructure projects, identify priority reforms and pinpoint leading practices across infrastructure governance & institutions, regulatory frameworks, permits, planning, procurement and delivery.
Infrastructure market overview - Germany
Metric Germany Developed countries
GDP ($US Millions) 3,357,614.0 1,508,956
GDP per capital ($US) 40,997 36,244
Population (millions) 81.9 37.5
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 214,137 138,796
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years) 20,290 20,012
Infrastructure quality (1-7) 6.1 5.5
Germany Developed countries
GDP ($US Millions)
3,357,614.0 1,508,956
GDP per capital ($US)
40,997 36,244
Population (millions)
81.9 37.5
Total Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
214,137 138,796
Private Infrastructure investment ($USM last 5 years)
20,290 20,012
Infrastructure quality (1-7)
6.1 5.5
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Global Infrastructure Outlook
Forecasting infrastructure investment needs and gaps. Compare forecasts globally, or across 56 countries & 7 sectors & 5 regions
Investment forecast - Germany
Total Across all sectors
Energy
Tele-communications
Transport: Airport
Transport: Ports
Transport: Rail
Transport: Road
Water
Investment estimates
1.5 Trillion
335 Billion
309 Billion
46 Billion
23 Billion
213 Billion
478 Billion
55 Billion
Investment current trends
1.5 Trillion
335 Billion
309 Billion
46 Billion
23 Billion
213 Billion
478 Billion
56 Billion
Investment needed
728 Million
0
0
0
0
0
0
728 Million
Investment gap
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Knowledge Resources
Germany
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GI Hub and EDHECinfra release global investor study

We are pleased to share the findings of an infrastructure investment study, released today by the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) and EDHEC Infrastructure Institute-Singapore (EDHECinfra). The global study, which looked to identify investor expectations for the sector, found that investors have an increasing appetite for infrastructure including in emerging markets, with the number of investors looking for exposure to emerging markets set to more than double over the next 3-5 years.

Date
2016
Resource Type
News
Country
Global
Administrative regulations relating to section 7 of the Federal Budget Code and related instructions

The administrative regulations relating to section 7 of the Federal Budget Code and the related instruction “Introduction to value-for-money assessments” contain general directives that ensure an effective, efficient and economic implementation of all measures.

Quality Infrastructure
Economic Efficiency, Infrastructure Governance
Infrastructure Driver
Planning & Project Preparation
Language
German
Kreditanstalt f (KfW), Germany

KfW Development Bank administers Germany's official Financial Cooperation in more than 100 developing and transition countries in Africa, Asia, South and Central America, the Middle East and the Caucasus. Its priority areas of activity include poverty reduction and economic development, good governance, education and health care, and protection of the climate and the environment. In this way the bank helps the Federal Government achieve its developmental goals.

Date
2017
Resource Type
Organisations
Sector
Other
Country
Germany
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Germany

The BMZ develops the guidelines and the fundamental concepts on which German development policy is based. It devises long-term strategies for cooperation with the various players concerned and defines the rules for implementing that cooperation. These are the foundations for developing shared projects with partner countries and international development organisations. All efforts are informed by the United Nations' Millennium Development Goals, which ambitiously aim to halve poverty in the world by 2015

Date
2017
Resource Type
Organisations
Sector
Other
Country
Germany
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A searchable guide on typical risk allocation in PPP transactions
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Risk allocation is at the centre of every PPP transaction, and a deep understanding of the risk allocation arrangements is a precondition to the drafting of every PPP agreement. Search below for guidance on typical risk allocation arrangements between public and private sectors in PPP transactions.

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Increase the positive social outcomes of large infrastructure projects for often under-served or vulnerable groups
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The Reference Tool on Inclusive Infrastructure and Social Equity presents a practical evidence-based framework for practitioners to maximise the impact of infrastructure investment on reducing inequality and promoting shared prosperity.

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A searchable guide on typical risk allocation in PPP transactions
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Allocating Risks in Public-Private Partnership Contracts.

Risk allocation is at the centre of every PPP transaction, and a deep understanding of the risk allocation arrangements is a precondition to the drafting of every PPP agreement. Search below for guidance on typical risk allocation arrangements between public and private sectors in PPP transactions.

PPP Risk Allocation Tool

As part of its leading practices mandate, the GI Hub developed a set of annotated risk allocation matrices for PPP transactions, across the transport, energy and water and waste sectors. The PPP Risk Allocation Tool should be used to provide additional guidance to countries that wish to develop a programme of bankable PPP transactions.

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Quality infrastructure has been a key G20 focus under the Japanese Presidency in 2019. The aim of this Reference Guide is to help governments and public sector asset managers to operationalise the dimensions of the quality infrastructure investment (QII) definition so that these are realised at the project level.

The Guide has been informed by examining how the QII dimensions have been included at contract level in 14 project case studies from a wide range of sectors and countries.

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  • delivering quality infrastructure projects;
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  • providing value for end users

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Increase the positive social outcomes of large infrastructure projects for often under-served or vulnerable groups
What is Inclusive infrastructure

Inclusive Infrastructure is infrastructure development that enhances positive outcomes in social inclusivity, and ensures that no individual, community or social group is left behind or prevented from benefiting from improved infrastructure.

The Reference Tool on Inclusive Infrastructure and Social Equity presents a practical evidence-based framework for practitioners to maximise the impact of infrastructure investment on reducing inequality and promoting shared prosperity.

The framework details six Action Areas, or themes, related to infrastructure development, and provides related guidance under each, which are then illustrated by real-life examples, including the eight detailed case studies.