Access the data on how PPPs in low and middle income countries were financed in 2015, with information on public and private financing withbreakdowns by region and sector.
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Investment in infrastructure with private participation in developing countries totaled US$29.5 billion in H1 2016, compared with US$25.3 billion in H1 2015 at the same point in time.
During 2011-2015, PPI investments amounted to $27 billion across 143 projects concentrated in 24 out of the 56 IDA countries.
Access our six new regional notes and three new sector notes on PPI in low and middle income countries in 2015.
Total investment in energy projects with private participation in 2015 in low- and middle-income countries was US$37.6 billion, 50 percent below the five-year average of US$74.7 billion.
Total investment in transport projects with private participation in emerging countries in 2015 was US$69.9 billion, 53 percent above the five-year average of US$45.6 billion.
In 2015, total investment in water projects in developing countries was US$4.1 billion, 8% higher than the five-year average of US$3.8 billion (2010-2014).
In 2015, PPI investment increased by 151%.
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 16%.
In 2015, PPI investment increased by 235%.
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 49%.
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 25%.
In 2015, PPI investment decreased by 9%.