The outbreak of COVID-19 and the accompanying slump in oil prices has had a mixed effect on the conduct of public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the Middle East and Africa.
On one hand, operational PPPs have been hit by the current crisis, which has caused delays and additional costs, including social costs. On the other hand, the pandemic has placed PPPs at the forefront of government-led recovery plans in the region.
Download this report by Mashora Group to learn more about:
- Short and long-term challenges on PPPs due to COVID-19
- Utilities, transport, and infrastructure sectors planned PPP projects overview
- PPP as a tool for economic recovery
- Public-Private recovery in GCC states