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Interview Ryuichi Kaga

Head of the Office of Public-Private Partnerships at the Asian Development Bank
Ryuichi Kaga, head the of Office of Public-Private Partnerships, Asian Development Bank
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The Asian Development Bank opened its Office of Public-Private Partnerships in 2014. What has been its biggest achievement so far?

Well, since we opened in 2014, the Office of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) has received nine transaction advisory mandates for projects in energy, ports and roads, railways, hospitals and urban development in countries such as Philippines, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Vietnam, Papua New Guinea and Myanmar.

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