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Pipeline for PPPs now covers 134 projects worth ₱3.03T

Pipeline for PPPs now covers 134 projects worth ₱3.03T

THE national government’s pipeline for public private partnerships (PPPs) now covers 134 projects amounting to P3.03 trillion, according to the PPP Center. The pipeline was recently updated to include 13 new projects, estimated to cost at least P38 billion, and... continue reading

13 more added to P3-T worth of PPP projects

13 more added to P3-T worth of PPP projects

MANILA – The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center said 134 projects worth PHP3.03 trillion are in the pipeline for undertaking between the government and private sector. Data released by the PPP Center over the weekend showed that 13 unsolicited proposals were... continue reading

Government setting up fund to manage PPP risks

Government setting up fund to manage PPP risks

MANILA, Philippines — The government is set to establish a risk management fund for public-private partnership (PPP) projects. During the recent Economic Journalists Association of the Philippines – San Miguel Corp. Business Journalism Seminar, PPP Center deputy executive director Jeffrey... continue reading

San Miguel nearing TPLEX Extension contract signing

San Miguel nearing TPLEX Extension contract signing

THE San Miguel Holdings Corp. (SMHC) may soon sign the contract for the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEx) Extension, the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center said. “The TPLEx is at the most advanced stage, we just finished the challenge process. They are... continue reading

PPP Center studying EDSA busway privatization proposal

PPP Center studying EDSA busway privatization proposal

THE Department of Transportation (DoTr) said the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center is now evaluating the proposal it received for the privatization of the EDSA busway system. “There is a proposal. It is being evaluated by the Public-Private Partnership Center. Then... continue reading

Updates to PPP rules OK’d by NEDA Board

Updates to PPP rules OK’d by NEDA Board

THREE initiatives aimed at speeding up human capital development and facilitating critical projects have been approved by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board chaired by President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Greenlit on Thursday were new guidelines to facilitate the... continue reading

NEDA OKs contract changes in UP-PGH Cancer Center PPP

NEDA OKs contract changes in UP-PGH Cancer Center PPP

MANILA, Philippines — The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board has approved the revised terms and cost of the Cancer Center public private partnership (PPP) project and two other initiatives intended to help accelerate the development of infrastructure and... continue reading

NEDA approves new guidelines on PPP proposals

NEDA approves new guidelines on PPP proposals

The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board approved the new guidelines on reviewing and approving public private partnership (PPP) proposals. Under the new guidelines, the ICC approval for projects costing P15 billion and above is expected to be completed... continue reading

30 proposals received since PPP Code took effect

30 proposals received since PPP Code took effect

MANILA, Philippines — The government has received up to 30 unsolicited proposals since the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Code took effect. PPP Center executive director Ma. Cynthia Hernandez told reporters that the agency has received between 25 and 30 unsolicited proposals... continue reading

Around 15 PPP projects up for NEDA Board approval next year

Around 15 PPP projects up for NEDA Board approval next year

AROUND 15 public-private partnership (PPP) proposals may be submitted to the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Board for approval next year, the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center said. “We’re hoping [that] under just the solicited and PDMF (Project Development and... continue reading