World Bank invites firms to express interest in Egyptian projects

27 January 2010

Egyptian government to set up long-term finance facility

The World Bank has invited consultants to express interest in carrying out an assessment of public-private partnership (PPP) projects in Egypt.

The deadline for expressions of interest is 8 February.

The winning consultant will assess the PPP projects Egypt intends to implement during the next 10 years, ahead of the government plans to establish a long-term finance facility.

The consultant will provide all the information needed to assess the likely volume of demand for long-term finance as well as when the financing will be required. It will also determine whether the PPP projects are feasible and what type of government support will be needed to ensure banks are willing to lend to them.

Finally, the consultant will identify any potential challenges to such projects.   

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