Hipperson tells private sector: 'Stop throwing brickbats'

March 2005
Public Private Finance;Mar2005, Issue 91, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Simon Hipperson, president of global infrastructure group Skanska BOT has called on the public-private partnership (PPP) industry to be more constructive when dealing with the problems of large-scale public procurement. Criticism of commends made by the Major Contractors Group about public sector inefficiency; Engagement with the public sector to help improve it.


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