Everything about public-private partnership (PPP) in infrastructure is mega-scale, including the concession period, the commitment period, and the price of a failed project.
There surely is demand for timely and quality delivery of water and there is no lack of funds to support the projects. What is missing is the framework that can ensure that interest of all the stakeholders are taken care of, writes Sushi Shyamal.India is witnessing a sharp change in its demographic composition.
Much has been said about the now popularly termed policy paralysis over the past two years that has led to uncertainty in implementation of and financing to infrastructure sectors. With the single exception of the roads sector, none of the major sectors have met expected growth levels this year.