Russia plans new PPP centre

23 July 2013 Expressions of interest are being sought in Russia for a new specialist PPP centre to help drive regional development of projects.

The move follows the already established PPP centre focusing on the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries, based in the Financial University in Moscow.

According to Olga Generalova-Kutuzova, director at Russia’s International Investment Centre, the project is being conducted in collaboration with the UN Economic Commission for Europe and will be similar to other specialist PPP centres already in existence in countries like Malaysia.

The new centre will be based in Russia's National School of Economics and will not only help establish a regional PPP network, it will also play a role in identifying stakeholders and preparing best practice procedures.

 

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9 December 2016.

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