Faced with unprecedented fiscal challenges, the Middle Eastern governments are increasingly looking at PPP schemes to finance their projects. Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman are slated to introduce their PPP frameworks in 2017. As a result, projects awarded through PPP schemes have witnessed a recent growth.
The number of PPP projects awarded in the GCC increased to 33 in 2017 from only five in 2014
Understand where the next great opportunities are emerging through MEED’s latest PPP in the Middle East and North Africa report. The report highlights policy frameworks in place, suitable sectors for this model, timelines for tendering projects, the region’s previous experience with PPPs, along with the potential barriers.
In preparing this latest research report, MEED analysed more than 200 projects across the MENA region, more than 70 of which are in the planning stage and are scheduled to be awarded in the next five to six years.
Each country section includes policy framework, timeline of the country’s advancement towards PPP framework, government targets and initiatives for privatisation, details of advisors, PPP authorities with contact details, existing and planned PPP projects, obstacles to overcome, and an overall assessment of the PPP environment.
Packed with all the latest data, maps, charts, client details and MEED’s unrivalled blend of market-leading data and expert analysis, the 100-page-plus PPP in the Middle East and North Africa report, will help you gain an immediate insight on the business landscape and PPP projects market.