• RFQ/10.08.2009

  • Bridging Kosovo's Infrastructure gap/29.01.2009

    The “infrastructure gap”, defined as the difference between available resources and the amount of investment required to meet a country’s core infrastructure needs, has a negative impact on economic growth and job creation.

    Kosovo is in urgent need of expanded and more efficient public infrastructure and services. Nevertheless, the Government has limited financial resources to devote to capital expenditures and expanded public services. As a result, Kosovo’s infrastructure gap, estimated at well over a billion Euros, is large and growing.

    In order to bridge the gap between available public resources and the cost of needed infrastructure and services, as well as to ensure that infrastructure and services are delivered as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible, public authorities are turning to Public-Private-Partnerships.