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I N T R O D U C T I O N
The Government recognizes the importance of improving and expanding infrastructure services for sustaining economic and social development in its Medium Term Development Framework (MDTF) 2005-2010. Pakistan's infrastructure needs are massive and its resources are limited. Not only is there limited fiscal space, there are also huge gaps in public sector capacity to build and operate infrastructure. Improved quality and service coverage in power and water supply, sewerage treatment, transport and logistics are vital for Pakistan's economy and the livelihood of its people. Tight fiscal constraints require innovative approaches, away from the traditional role of the Government as the service provider, to ensure that the massive investment needs are financed with the assistance of the private sector.
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Economy Profile

Pakistan, an impoverished and underdeveloped country, has suffered from decades of internal political disputes

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Mission Statement:

IPDF will promote and facilitate the closing of transactions involving private investment and management of public infrastructure, especially in the unregulated sectors at the provincial and municipal levels.
IPDF will be a catalyst to increase the number and volume of public infrastructures transactions that provide value for money for the beneficiaries     Read More...
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