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Public-Private Partnership in Telecommunications Infrastructure Projects : Case of the Republic of Congo

ACCESS TO SERVICE ACCIDENTS ACTUAL COSTS AIRPORTS ARBITRATION BACK-UP BACKBONE BACKBONES BALANCE SHEET BANDWIDTH BANK GUARANTEE BANK GUARANTEES BANK LOAN BOND BONDS BROADBAND BUDGET CONSTRAINTS BUSINESS MODEL BUSINESSES CAPITAL EXPENDITURE CAPITAL INVESTMENT CASH FLOWS COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANK LOANS COMMODITY COMMODITY PRICE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMPETITIVENESS CONNECTIVITY CREDITORS DAY-TO-DAY OPERATIONS DEBT DEBT FINANCING DEFAULT RISKS DEFAULTS DEVALUATION DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DUE DILIGENCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EGOVERNMENT ELECTRICITY ELIGIBLE INVESTMENTS EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENTS EXCHANGE RATE EXPENDITURE EXPROPRIATION FACE AMOUNT FINANCIAL BURDEN FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL MARKET FIXED RATE LOANS FOREIGN CURRENCY FOREIGN EXCHANGE FORMS OF DEBT FUELS GOVERNMENT ENTITY GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION GUARANTEE PRODUCTS HOST COUNTRY HOST GOVERNMENT ICT INFLATION INFLATION RATE INFLATION RISK INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCING INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INSTALLATION INSTITUTION INSTRUMENT INSURANCE INSURANCE PREMIUMS INTEREST RATE INTEREST RATE CHANGE INTEREST RATE RISK INTERNATIONAL BANK INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL GATEWAYS INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION INVESTMENT FUNDS LAWS LEGISLATION LENDERS LETTERS OF CREDIT LIABILITY LICENSE LICENSES LOCAL CURRENCY MAINTENANCE COSTS MARKET DEVELOPMENT MARKET EFFICIENCY MARKET FAILURES MARKET RISKS MATERIAL MATURITIES MATURITY MOBILE PHONE MOBILE SERVICES MOBILE TELEPHONY NATIONAL SECURITY NATURAL DISASTERS NETWORKS NEW MARKETS NONPAYMENT OPEN ACCESS OPERATING RISK PARTIAL GUARANTEES PARTIAL RISK PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS PERFORMANCE RISKS POLITICAL RISK POLITICAL RISKS PRESENT VALUE PRIVATE CAPITAL PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE LENDER PRIVATE LENDERS PRIVATE PARTIES PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PRIVATE PARTY PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION PRIVATE SECTORS PRIVATIZATION PROPERTY OWNERS PROPERTY RIGHT PROVISIONS PUBLIC PUBLIC BUDGET PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE PUBLIC PERCEPTION PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES RED LIGHT REGULATORY AUTHORITY REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RELIABILITY REPUDIATION RESULT RETURN RETURN ON EQUITY REVENUE COLLECTION REVENUE GUARANTEES REVENUE POTENTIAL RISK SHARING ROAD ROAD MAINTENANCE ROAD USER ROAD USERS ROADS ROUTE SAFETY SAFETY REGULATIONS SATELLITE SERVICE PROVIDERS SHAREHOLDER SOVEREIGN RISKS SPEEDS SWAPS TANGIBLE ASSETS TARGETS TAX TAX RATE TAX RATES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TECHNOLOGY RISK TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATION TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTURE TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS TELEPHONE TELEPHONES TELEPHONY TOLL TOLL COLLECTION TOLLS TRAFFIC TRAFFIC INFORMATION TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT TRANSMISSION TRANSPARENCY TRANSPORT TRANSPORT SECTOR TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION INFRASTRUCTURES UNIVERSAL ACCESS URBANIZATION USER USER CHARGES USERS UTILITIES VALUATION VIDEO
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Washington, DC
Africa | Congo, Republic of
2013-02-27T18:42:18Z | 2013-02-27T18:42:18Z | 2011-01

This paper delineates the role of government in Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) in the telecommunication sector in the Republic of the Congo. PPPs offer policy makers an opportunity to improve the delivery of services and the management of facilities, and help to mobilize private capital which in turn speeds up the delivery of public infrastructure. Along with power and transportation infrastructure projects, telecommunication figures among the most growing area in PPP projects in Africa. Nevertheless, fitting telecommunication projects into a PPP model is challenging. In order to address these challenges, this paper also summarizes the achievements in Congo's economic infrastructure sector, the risks allocated to the implementation of the project, and recommends World Bank Group risk mitigation instruments.

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