2013 - Pacific - Encouraging Private Sector Development in the Road Sector in Pacific Island Countries
This study on Encouraging Private Sector Development in the Road Sector in Pacific Island Countries aims to capture the best practices in involving local firms and workers in road infrastructure project delivery and to inform next steps for increased participation. The report focuses on a review of experiences in seven Pacific Island Countries (Samoa, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Vanuatu, Kiribati and Papua New Guinea) through a combination of desk reviews and visits to the countries concerned1. The subsequent analysis of information has looked at the four key components of encouraging private sector development in the road sector: i) policies, guidance, controls and incentives, ii) models of local participation, iii) capacity building efforts and iv) contract and project structuring. This report presents the main findings of the study from the perspective of each of the countries covered, as well as from a regional perspective.
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