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Environmental Issues in China and the Design of PPP Model
中國環境問題與PPP模式設計


China has developed into a strong economy, but its environmental performance is still weak. The vulnerable ecological environment has a negative impact on the economy as a whole. Huge amount of money is required to build up the environment. While this is an incredible financial burden to the government, for the business enterprises, this means excellent opportunity. In developing the environmental infrastructure, not only will the general public benefit, the businesses can also reap substantial profits. Experience in China and overseas show that Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Model is an effective way of building environmental infrastructure at the municipal level. The Library was honored to have invited Professor Wang Tianyi, Executive Director & General Manager of China Everbright International Limited, to deliver a talk about the PPP Models in China on 2 Feb 2015. Facilitated by Professor Dou Wenyu, Associate Dean of College of Business, Prof. Wang expressed that the PPP Models were an effective way of building environment infrastructure at the municipal level. He explained in details of the PPP Models, its advantages and the various PPP projects carried out by China Everbright International Limited in recent years.


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Poster of Environmental Issues in China and the Design of PPP Model



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中國環境問題與PPP模式設計


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Facilitated by Professor Dou Wenyu, Associate Dean of College of Business Talk by Prof. Wang Tianyi Talk by Prof. Wang Tianyi Talk by Prof. Wang Tianyi

Talk by Prof. Wang Tianyi Talk by Prof. Wang Tianyi Question and Answer Section Professor Houmin Yan, Dean of College of Business present souvenir to Professor Wang Tianyi