In Russia, the public-private partnership (PPP) sector is dynamically developing and contains many examples of successful projects in all key areas of the Russian economy – in particular, transport, healthcare and utilities. However, in comparison with some other countries, Russian PPP legislation is relatively new, as it was first introduced in 2005 when the Federal Law No. 115-FZ On Concession Agreements, dated 21 July 2005 (the Concession Law), was adopted.
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