Public-Private Partnerships in Flanders
No 2006/6, PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building from OECD Publishing
Belgium’s Flemish government recently approved a EUR 1 billion investment in school infrastructure through public-private partnerships, its first major initiative of this kind. The Flemish Community’s variant of public-private partnerships in school building allows the government to meet urgent needs in the short run, but also to spread the costs over a longer period.
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