Financing Mediterranean Infrastructure
Partnerships Bulletin is delighted to announce its inaugural Financing Mediterranean Infrastructure conference will be held in Malta.
Covering the entire region but focusing on Malta, Turkey, Egypt and Jordan, the two day conference will cover the opportunities for PPP investment and the challenges to getting the PPP projects procured, financed and delivered.
With a series of roundtable discussions, presentations and panel sessions, the conference will give attendees an insight into how to play, or continue to play, a part in this exciting region for PPPs.
The conference will be opened by Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and will include an optional drinks and dinner and a visit to Mdina organised by the event's supporter Projects Malta.
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