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Industrial Policy and Public Private Partnerships journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 5 (2010), Issue 2, Page 8

Editorial Industrial Policy and Public Private Partnerships In today’s global economy, industrial policy has emerged in the European Union with clear intent to secure strong framework conditions that will foster the industrial competitiveness of Europe. Industry is the arena where competitive advantage is won or lost. Competitive strategy is the key to finding and implementing an approach to industrial competiveness that is both profitable and su


Country Reports: Denmark, Italy, Portugal journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 4 (2009), Issue 2, Page 3

Country Reports Denmark Construction of first PPP Motorway in Denmark to begin in 2010 Currently the Danish Road Directorate is conducting the competitive dialogue phase of a tendering process with four consortia. The four consortia have prequalified to bid on the first public private partnership (PPP) regarding a motorway in the county of Sønderjylland in southern Jutland, Denmark. This country report will, in general terms, describe the pr


Country Reports: Denmark, Germany, Italy, Portugal, United Kingdom journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 3, Page 13

Country Reports Can Experience gained abroad kick-start Danish PPPs in urban Development? The Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority has published a report on experiences gained abroad in using public private partnerships (PPPs) for the purposes of reconstructing urban areas (‘the Report’). The Report’s main focus is on the experiences gained from development projects in France, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. A number of PPP proje


Country Reports: Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Portugal, Sweden journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 2, Page 8

Country Reports PPP in Belgium-Flemish Region and Flemish Community On 28 November 2007, the Minister-President presented the Public Private Partnerships 2008 policy paper in the Flemish Parliament. The document contains an overview of – and an update on – the most important Flemish PPP projects. These projects include inter alia the one billion euro institutional DBFM PPP programme for the schools, the realisation of 6 missing links (by way of D


Member State’s Comments to the Commission’s Green Paper on PPPs and Community Law on Public Contracts and Concessions journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 3, Page 17

Green Paper on Public-Private Partnerships and Community Law on Public Contracts and Concessions Observations by the Central PPP Unit, Department of Finance of Ireland* Introduction 1. The Central PPP Unit in the Department of Finance is responsible for leading, driving and coordinating the Public-Private Partnership process in Ireland, which is a significant element of Ireland’s National Development Plan/Community Support Framework 2000-200


Polish Draft Act on Public Contracts and Concessions journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 3, Page 15

Polish Draft Act on Public Contracts and Concessions Draft Act of ...................... 2004 on Public Private Partnership dated 5 July 2004 Section 1 General Provisions Art. 1. 1. A public private partnership within the meaning of this act shall be defined as a contract-based cooperation between a public entity and a private partner, aimed at performance of a public task, whereby the private partner shall bear in full or in part the f


Country Reports: Denmark, Italy, Portugal journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 4, Page 3

Denmark Financing OPP Projects through Loans – Suggestions for the Amendment of the Rules for local Governments’ Borrowing The pace for the use of public private partnerships (PPP) in Denmark continues to quicken. In 2007 a number of PPPs were announced, including for the construction of a motorway and a number of schools. The government also continues to clarify the applicable law. The Danish Ministry of Social Welfare has thus published a


Country Reports: Denmark, France, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, United Kingdom journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 1, Page 13

Administration of taxes in public-private partnerships On 28 March 2007 the Danish Tax Council rendered a decision on how taxes should be administered with regards to public-private partnerships in Denmark. The Danish Tax Council confirmed that a public-private partnership can be regarded as the owner of buildings, inventory etc. to be used by a public institution. Therefore, the public-private partnership is entitled to carry out tax write-offs for


Country Reports: France, Italy journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 2 (2007), Issue 4, Page 2

Country Reports The end of a royal construction... Visitors of the Château de Versailles can now enjoy the entire pleasure to admire the new restored mirror gallery, finished this summer by the Vinci Group under the form of...a non typical PPP. Unfortunately, the French cultural construction sector is largely facing money issues due to extremely difficult and complex construction works which are mostly unbelievable expensive and also delicate. Co


Country Reports: France, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Sweden, United Kingdom journal article

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European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 2 (2007), Issue 2, Page 9

A typical plan for a prior evaluation in PPP projects The result and legal obligation for public authorities in France regarding prior evaluations for all PPP projects is essentially based on the need to prove that these projects are less expensive and/or more advantageous in comparison to any other public procurement processes to achieve public objectives. The legal requirement of prior evaluation is resulting from the second article of the regulatio