The Private Finance Initiative

June 2000
OECD Economic Surveys: United Kingdom;Jun2000, Vol. 2000 Issue 11, p174
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Examines the outcome of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) which was launched to mobilize the private sector to fulfill functions traditionally taken on by the public sector in Great Britain. Terms of a PFI arrangement; Reasons for the slow take-off of the PFI; Public finance conditions when PFI was launched.


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