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public private partnership (PPP)

arrangements by the government to secure private equity funding for government projects such as schools and hospitals. The relevant Secretary of State may usually form or participate in companies. Typically, he or she may invest in the companies (whether by acquiring assets, securities or rights or otherwise), or provide loans and guarantees and make other kinds of financial provision to or in respect of them.
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