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UK BACKS PHILIPPINE PPP PROGRAM

UK BACKS PHILIPPINE PPP PROGRAM

September 8, 2011, PPP Center The country’s PPP Program secures the full support of the United Kingdom (UK) through a grant targeted to enhance government’s capability building programs for PPP projects.  The PPP Center is the recipient of the UK grant that focuses on building up the proficiency of the various implementing agencies directly involved... continue reading

DOH Vaccine Project Prioritized Under PPP Program

DOH Vaccine Project Prioritized Under PPP Program

PPP Center Press Statement Self-sufficiency in vaccines is one of the top priority projects under the public-private partnership program of the Aquino Administration. The Department of Health’s Vaccine Self Sufficiency Project, Phase II has been approved as a PPP priority project and is now eligible for funding under the Project Development and Management Facility (PDMF)... continue reading

JICA Study Proposes Institutional Changes for PPP Implementation

JICA Study Proposes Institutional Changes for PPP Implementation

PPP Center Press Release Strategically empower the PPP Center to play its function as brain, facilitator and supervisor of PPP projects. This is the recommendation of the Nomura Research Institute commissioned by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) presented during a PPP Cooperation Workshop for Philippine government participants currently engaged in implementing PPP projects. During... continue reading

PPP PROJECT DAANG HARI SLEX ROAD ON TARGET

PPP PROJECT DAANG HARI SLEX ROAD ON TARGET

PPP Center August 7, 2011 – The Daang-Hari SLEX Road Project proceeds smoothly with its implementation on schedule as it holds a pre-qualification conference for prospective bidders today.  The PHP 1.96 Billion road project is part of Government’s PPP priority projects slated to be rolled out this year. “We are certainly within our target for the... continue reading

First Pacific unit pushes $1.1B MRT bid

First Pacific unit pushes $1.1B MRT bid

July 24, 2011,  Inquirer.net Metro Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) will ask new Transportation Secretary Manuel “Mar” Roxas II to reconsider the group’s proposal to acquire the government’s stake in the Metro Rail Transit (MRT) train line for $1.1 billion. The company, controlled by business executive Manuel V. Pangilinan, said its proposal was still the best... continue reading

First PPP Priority Project for 2011 Takes Off

First PPP Priority Project for 2011 Takes Off

July 20, 2011,  PPP Center Commuters and motorist who traverse the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX) can now look forward to some relief from the perennial traffic that plague this major thoroughfare with the announcement of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) of its Invitation to Pre-Qualify to Bid for the Daang-Hari SLEX Link... continue reading

ADB needs Consulting Services for Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships in the Philippines

ADB needs Consulting Services for Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships in the Philippines

Asian Development Bank Description: The capacity building technical assistance will help the Government of the Philippines (i) improve PPP enabling framework, (ii) strengthen institutional set-up and capacity in PPPs, (iii) help establish infrastructure investment financing and risk guarantee mechanisms to facilitate private sector interest, and (iv) help structure bankable PPP projects through sustainable project development... continue reading

PPP Center Attends Workshop for Puerto Princesa Airport Project

PPP Center Attends Workshop for Puerto Princesa Airport Project

PPP Center Press Release May 16, 2011 PPP Center Attends PPP Project Scoping and Transaction Structuring for the Puerto Princesa Airport Project Along with the DOTC, the project’s main implementing agency, the PPP Center participated in the Project Scoping and Transaction Structuring Workshop on the Puerto Princesa Airport Development Project, a priority PPP project for... continue reading

NEDA pushes amendments to BOT Law

NEDA pushes amendments to BOT Law

Source: Manila Bulletin MANILA, Philippines – The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) has stressed the importance of amending the implementing rules and regulations (IRR) of the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Law. NEDA Deputy Director-General for Investment Programming Rolando Tungpalan said that amending the law’s IRR is an important step towards implementing the administration’s infrastructure development strategy,... continue reading

NEDA Conducts Consultation on Proposed Amendments of BOT Law IRR

NEDA Conducts Consultation on Proposed Amendments of BOT Law IRR

Source: National Economic and Development Authority MANILA—The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) recently conducted a consultation with representatives from government agencies, bilateral and multilateral aid agencies, and the private sector on the proposed amendments to the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Law. NEDA Deputy Director-General for Investment Programming Rolando G.... continue reading