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Finance, design, construct, and operate river port infrastructure through a Public-Private Partnership (PPP), targeting both goods and people. The government owns the port land and assets but grants a concession to a private sector entity to finance, construct, and operate the port facility for a specified period of time. The private sector entity finances the project, including construction costs, and operate the port facility for the concession period. In return, the private sector entity receives a share of the revenue generated by the port, such as through port fees or lease payments.
Improve transportation of goods and people with lower environmental impact, reduce logistical inefficiencies, and boost economic productivity.