March 2018

EU Public Private Partnerships suffer from widespread shortcomings and limited benefits, say Auditors

Press Release, Luxembourg, 20 March 2018, Eurodad | EU co-financed Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) cannot be regarded as an economically viable option for delivering public infrastructure, according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors. The PPPs audited suffered from widespread shortcomings and limited benefits, resulting in €1.5 billion of inefficient and ineffective spending.