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Involving Private Investment and Management to Improve Public Property: A Concession to Manage a Municipal Park and Beach in Balykchi, Kyrgyzstan

Olga Kaganova, Additional Authors
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Document date: March 26, 2012
Released online: March 26, 2012
This case study provides a detailed account of how this first municipal public-private partnership in Kyrgyzstan was prepared and launched. The case study presents factors that secured successful marketing, procurement, and public support for the project. It also shows how much effort and time the preparation and launch required and provides a list of materials and documents prepared during the process. It also explains why the PPP lasted for one year only, despite the successful launch.


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