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18 July 2019 / news

Renaissance of the Belgian PPP market

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) had traditionally been a favorite way of financing large infrastructure projects in Belgium. However, the model went through challenging times when budget-neutrality issues appeared around 2014. After years of setbacks, the Belgian PPP market now shows clear signs of revival. A new wave of PPPs has come to the market based on a redefined risk allocation model.

Renaissance of the Belgian PPP market

Article by Dennis Jong, director at DIF, Valentijn De Boe, Counsel, and Koen Panis, Partner, at Loyens & Loeff. Click here to read the full article.

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