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This report outlines how in recent years Armenia has made significant strides in reforming the water sector by developing policies, enacting laws, and drawing up plans, programs and strategies aimed at improving water service provision
One of the main challenges in introducing PPPs lies in the proper definition of governance structures for all actors.
The purpose of this brief note is to set out a checklist of issues which need to be considered when assessing the likely economic impact of regulatory reform.
This report looks into developing policies for Angola in the energy, water, transport and communcations sector in order to enhance the private participation in the rebuilding and development in the countries infrastructure.
This report indicates that although privatization, competitive restructuring, and regulatory reforms improve infrastructure performance, several issues must be considered and conditions met for these measures to achieve their public interest goals.
It is used to guide the implementation of classification management of the environmental impact assessment of the construction project to prevent adverse impacts on the environment.
GI Hub Senior Director for Legal Frameworks and Procurement Policies Mark Moseley gave a presentation at an APEC Business Dialogue aimed at promoting waste management projects being undertaken as Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Indonesia.
The author evaluates the strength of the effect that community pressure and pollution charges have on industrial pollution control in China, the author finds that the implicit discharge price is at least as high as the explicit price. In other words, community pressure not only exists, but may be as strong an incentive as the pollution charge is for industrial firms to control pollution in China.
PIMAC, which leads the preparation of pre-feasibility studies in Korea, has prepared sector-specific guidelines for the preparation of pre-feasibility studies in accordance with the General Guidelines for Preliminary Feasibility Studies.
Infrastructure projects to carry out environmental impact assessments to prevent adverse impacts on the environment after project implementation.
The Happy Valley Underground Stormwater Storage Scheme (HVUSSS) primarily involves the construction of an underground stormwater storage tank with a capacity of 60,000 m³ located beneath the sports pitches surrounded by the horse racing track of the Happy Valley Racecourse. The storage tank is sized to accommodate a 50-year flood event.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) undertakes infrastructure projects within the city covering assets such as roads, tunnels, and subway lines. Design and planning are performed by departments within SMG while the actual construction work is the responsibility of the Seoul Metropolitan Infrastructure Headquarters (SMIH).
This case study looks at how Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is undertaken in Tokyo, in one of the most densely populated urban environments, to successfully improve passenger experience and footfall. The Shibuya redevelopment project looks at using TOD to gentrify the local area across the five urban schemes that make up the overall redevelopment: Hikarie Culture Core, Station Central, D?genzaka project, Station-South, and Sakuragaoka project. The project is being completed in stages.
China has seen strong improvement across its procurement and permit processes and regulatory markets since 2017. This has been driven by reductions in cost to start a business and time to register property, as well as by transparency of procurement processes.
The quality of India's infrastructure procurement processes has improved significantly in recent years, helping to bring better value for money and better-quality outcomes from investment.
Japan is one of the most improved countries in procurement processes. It has transparent procurement procedures, which increase fairness and competitiveness for infrastructure investment.