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#1 Jan 09, 2018 10:14 am

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Case Study on Jamaica's Highway 2000 Toll Road project

Highway 2000 is a bold, transformative Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project that impacts the lives of hundreds of thousands of Jamaican citizens on a daily basis. At a total cost of US$1.3 billion, it remains the largest project ever implemented in Jamaica, and signaled that the country has the capacity to implement large, complex projects of its kind.

Phase 1 was built by the French, and Phase 2 by the Chinese - diametrically opposed. The case study contrasts both phases of Highway 2000, and seeks to draw lessons of experience from the radically different approaches to project origination, financing and implementation.

https://issuu.com/caribank/docs/highway … 5/56283438


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