Private Participation in Infrastructure (PPI) investment in H1 2019, which stood at US$49.8 billion across 175 projects, marked an increase of 14 percent from H1 2018 levels. Investment levels in H1 2019 were higher than the five-year H1 average at US$42.2 billion.
Total investment commitments in MSW Sector with private participation in emerging market and developing economies in the last ten years (2009-2018) totals US$2.87 billion across 353 transactions, which accounts for 2 percent of global investment in PPI.
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The report looks at data from state-owned enterprise and public projects and compares it to data on private participation in infrastructure.
PPI investment in H1 2018, which stood at US$43.5 billion across 164 projects, marked an increase of seven percent from H1 2017 levels, but it is still 13 percent lower than the 10-year H1 average investment level.
Each year we analyze the PPI data based on current themes. For 2017, we decided to take a closer look at how each of the sectors have fared in attracting private investments. Click on sector to read more on that sector.