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23 Jul 2019

Market-Oriented Agricultural Infrastructure

Appraisal of Public-Private Partnerships

An ODI/FAO project briefing that reviews PPPs in agricultural infrastructure and concludes:

  • The state has important choices to make on subsidies between capital grants, shadow tariffs, concessional loans and sovereign risk guarantees
  • The ‘bundling’ of interlocking productive agricultural infrastructure could both improve the commercial attractiveness of PPP projects and help overcome coordination failures
  • An alternative to direct subsidies is to grant concession holders rights to develop other income streams on the back of the infrastructure, such as the sale of land

 

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Agribusiness
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Irrigation