In the global port community, concessioning is seen as a means of reducing public infrastructural deficits engendered by disproportionate growth in population and insufficient resources for national development. Public–private infrastructural developments have become a preferred model for delivery of services in much of the West, and Nigeria is slowly embracing the model to fill the gap in public works. This report focuses on the challenges affecting the operation of Nigerian ports since the post-concession era/programme of 2006, and strategically reviews how well concessions have improved the performance of the ports system.
Nigerian Ports Authority concessions and Joint Venture Agreements: final report
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