Governance can be a complex, broad topic but its basic underlying definition is deceptively simple.
Blog posts on "Private sector"
There is one sector that contributes up to a third of gross domestic product, and is an important source of foreign currency, in many of Asia’s developing countries. It could be deployed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Guarantees are one of government’s most powerful financing tools for mobilizing private sector participation in development projects.
Pacific countries are finding innovative new ways to finance renewable energy products that are making them more attractive to private investors.
ADB sees an important role for PPPs in developing PNG’s infrastructure and meeting its development goals.
Vice-President Stephen Groff discusses the role of public-private partnerships, connectivity, and renewable energy in helping PNG meet its development goals.
The money is there for the taking. But the problem is limited supply of bankable infrastructure projects in the region.
Public-private partnerships are key to development projects, but inherent risks hinder private zeal.
The success of development finance should also be measured by the amount of private finance it can catalyze.
Creating a bankable project is not enough to automatically mobilize financing.