Private Participation in Infrastructure Database

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This series reviews new private participation in infrastructure (PPI) projects.

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    Private Investment in Transport Increases in 2011, Focusing on the Road and Rail Sectors
    (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012-09) Militaru, Andreea
    In 2011, 68 new transport projects reached financial or contractual closure in 15 lower-and upper-middle income countries: Argentina (1 project), Brazil (4), Chile (3),China (4), India (41), Kosovo(1), Mexico (3), Nigeria (1), Peru (3), Romania (1), the Russian Federation (1), South Africa (1), Sri Lanka (1), Togo (1), Turkey (2), and Zimbabwe (1). Total investment commitments in transport projects reached US$31.9 billion, of which US$30 billion were investments in new projects and US$1.9 billion were investments in existing projects. Total investment in transport projects in the region amounted to US$17 billion, a 4 percent increase from 2010 levels.
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    Private Investment in IDA Countries in the First Half of 2011 was Concentrated in a Few, Large Projects
    (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012-03) Nicholas, Alexander
    In the first semester of 2011, three new projects reached financial closure in the International Development Association (IDA) countries of Lao PDR, Malawi and Zambia, representing investment commitments of US$1.042 billion. Investment in the first semester of 2011 decreased by 39 percent compared with the first semester of 2010, but was roughly on par with investment in the first semester of 2009. In the past five years, Investment in the first semester has generally been over US$1 billion, with the exception of the financial crisis of 2008. By number of projects, activity in 2011 decreased by 70 percent compared with the first semester of 2010 indicating fewer, larger projects. The three projects reaching financial closure were unique in that they were relatively large projects for IDA countries.
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    Private Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa in the First Half of 2011 Increased Compared to Recent Years
    (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012-02) Nicholas, Alexander
    In the first semester of 2011, three new projects reached financial closure in Sub-Saharan Africa, representing investment commitments of US$697 million. Investment in the first semester of 2011 increased by 27 percent compared with the first semester of 2010, and has risen steadily since the financial crisis of 2008. By number of projects, activity in 2011 decreased by 50 percent compared with the first semester of 2010 indicating fewer, larger projects. The three projects in Sub-Saharan Africa were notable for their use of financial products from multilateral and bilateral agencies.
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    Private Investment in Large Transport Projects Increases during the First Semester of 2011, Concentrated in India and the Road Sector
    (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012-01) Nicholas, Alexander
    In the first semester of 2011, 34 new transport projects with private participation reached financial or contractual closure in nine low- and middle-income countries, involving investment commitments (hereafter investments) of US$17 billion.1 Investment in the first semester of 2011 increased by 17 percent compared with the first semester of 2010, on par with pre-crisis levels in the first semester of 2008. By number of projects, activity in 2011 decreased by 31 percent compared with the first semester of 2010 indicating fewer, larger projects in middle income countries. As in recent periods, private investment continued to concentrate in India and the road sector globally. India attracted 70 percent of private investment in transport and implemented 65 percent of transport projects with private participation. Globally, there were 23 road projects involving investment of US$8.7 billion. Railroads attracted the second highest investment level with US$6.1 billion invested in three large metro transit projects. Five port projects reached financial closure with investments of US$1.4 billion, and three airport projects attracted investments of US$360 million.
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    Investment Commitments in East Asia and Pacific Remained Stable in 2007
    (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2008-12) Izaguirre, Ada Karina; Jett, Alexander Nicholas
    Investment commitments to infrastructure projects with private participation in East Asia and Pacific grew by 11 percent to US$21.5 billion in 2007, according to just-released data from the private participation in infrastructure project database. The region accounted for 13.6 percent of the year's total investment commitments in developing countries. Investment commitments in the region, while they have recovered from the low level of US$12.3 billion in 2002, remained in the US$19-21 billion range for the third consecutive year. The 2007 level is just 46 percent of the peak in 1997. Investment in 2007 was driven by both new projects and projects implemented in previous years. The 104 new projects accounted for US$11.7 billion, while projects reaching financial closure in 1990-2006 attracted US$9.8 billion. Investment in physical assets amounted to US$17 billion, returning to a level similar to those in 2003 and 2005. Payments to the government amounted to US$4.5 billion.