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Oleg Zaretskiy, the CEO of uScovery DMCC, shared his thoughts on the economic model of PPP (public-private partnership) for implementing transport projects.

[11.06.2024]


The international transport forum held from May 28 to 30 in Jakarta, Indonesia, not only provided visitors with the opportunity to learn about new developments in the transport industry but also served as a platform for discussing relevant and important topics in this field. Oleg Zaretsky, the CEO of uScovery DMCC, shared his thoughts on the economic model of PPP (public-private partnership) for implementing transport projects.


According to him, private investors are more interested in direct returns on investment rather than secondary benefits such as job creation and increased property values. This creates challenges in implementing PPP projects, as finding commercially viable projects is not easy. Consequently, PPPs do not solve all the problems related to the financing and implementation of transport projects. Oleg Zaretsky emphasized that for effective infrastructure development, it is necessary to seek new financing models that consider the interests of both the government and private investors, while ensuring the sustainable development of the transport system. In this context, Anatoly Unitsky's string transport technologies offer a unique solution that combines an innovative approach with economic efficiency, making them attractive to both public and private investors.


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Oleg Zaretsky, the CEO of uScovery DMCC, shared his thoughts on the economic model of PPP.

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