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Source: Ethiopian Legal Brief
Following the establishment of a new Public Private Partnership (PPP) body backed by a proclamation and an implementation regulation, it has announced the selection of 50 mega projects potentially suitable for a public-private joint-venture investment. Haji Ibssa, director of communications and public relations with the Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation (MoFEC), told reporters this week that the governing body of the PPP has held its second working meeting this Wednesday and identified potential investment areas for the government and private sector partnership. Yet, the details are yet to be made public, Haji told The Reporter.
Across the state owned enterprises, some 50 mega projects have been identified as having the potential for future investment under the PPP framework. Out of those, 26 projects are slotted for immediate launch and implementation, Haji said.