As stated by representatives of the UN Economic Commission for Europe at parliamentary hearings, over the past four years Belarus has made progress in the economic sphere. About 2.5 billion dollars, or approximately 3.5 percent of the GDP, are needed to develop the country's infrastructure, and public-private partnership may become one of the most popular solutions to this issue.
The new law will mean new activity niches and profitable capital investment for business. The state, in turn, will receive necessary funds to modernize the economy and explore new technologies.
Draft law on public-private partnership planned to be submitted to Parliament early next year
25 November 2014