Financial Innovation to Create Sustainable Urban Infrastructure Workshop
October 25, 2013
The Cities Development Initiative for Asia (CDIA), in collaboration with the City of Yokohama and the Asian Development Bank (ADB), hosted the workshop entitled “Public-Private Partnerships for Asian Cities: Financial Innovation to Create Sustainable Urban Infrastructure” on October 21, 2013 at the Pacifico Yokohama in Yokohama, Japan.
Under the umbrella of the Smart City Week in Yokohama, the workshop provided a platform to discuss how Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) have evolved in developed countries in Asia and the opportunities that cities in developing countries can bring to private sector sponsors and investors.
The workshop brought together city representatives and city officials, national governments with responsibility over PPP policies or implementation, private sector sponsors in PPP, Multilateral Financing Institutions, private sector institutions like contractor associations, financial institutions and infrastructure funds and other equity providers.
Download Workshop Publications Below:
Morning Session Publications
- Urban PPP Challenges
- Japanese perspective for the creation of urban infrastructures through PPP
- JICA’s Contribution to Infrastructure PPP in the Philippines
- PPP for Asian Cities: General Perspectives from a Private Financial Institution Yokohama 2013 (abridged)
Afternoon Session Publications
- CDIA-Japan presentation on ISWM
- CDIA-PPPs for Asian Cities-Opportunities in Municipal Level
- SMI-Indonesia Urban Transport Challenges and PPP
- CDIA-Social Infrastructures
Download a copy of the programme at this link: PPP for Asian Cities Workshop Programme
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