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Vietnam

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Mong Duong II Thermal Power Generation Project Electricity 2011 $1,950.00
Vinh Tan 1 Coal Plant Electricity 2014 $1,740.00
Nam Con Son Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 2002 $1,300.00
Phu My 2.2 Electricity 2002 $480.00
Vietnam Mobile Telecom Services Company ICT 1995 $456.00
Phu My 3 Electricity 2003 $422.00
BT20 National Highway 20 Roads 2013 $275.50
Thuong Kon Tum Hydropower Plant Electricity 2010 $267.10
Saigon International Terminals Vietnam Ltd Ports 2007 $267.00
Hiep Phuoc Power Company Electricity 1996 $205.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Hoi Xuan Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2016 $200.00
Vinh Tan 1 Coal Plant Electricity 2014 $1,740.00
Coc San Hydropower Project Electricity 2014 $50.00
BT20 National Highway 20 Roads 2013 $275.50
Nam Na 3 Hydropower Plant Electricity 2012 $120.20
Phu Tho Biomass Plant Electricity 2012 $59.00
VRG Dak Sin I SHPP Electricity 2012 $32.20
Ban Ve Nam Non HPP Electricity 2012 $24.60
Minh Luong SHPP Electricity 2012 $17.70
Nam Si Luong 4 Hydropower Plant Electricity 2012 $17.20
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Mong Duong II Thermal Power Generation Project Electricity 2011 $1,950.00
Vinh Tan 1 Coal Plant Electricity 2014 $1,740.00
Nam Con Son Gas Pipeline Natural Gas 2002 $1,300.00
Phu My 2.2 Electricity 2002 $480.00
Phu My 3 Electricity 2003 $422.00
BT20 National Highway 20 Roads 2013 $275.50
Thuong Kon Tum Hydropower Plant Electricity 2010 $267.10
Saigon International Terminals Vietnam Ltd Ports 2007 $267.00
Hiep Phuoc Power Company Electricity 1996 $205.00
Hoi Xuan Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2016 $200.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Hoi Xuan Hydro Power Plant Electricity 2016 $200.00
Vinh Tan 1 Coal Plant Electricity 2014 $1,740.00
Coc San Hydropower Project Electricity 2014 $50.00
BT20 National Highway 20 Roads 2013 $275.50
Nam Na 3 Hydropower Plant Electricity 2012 $120.20
VRG Dak Sin I SHPP Electricity 2012 $32.20
Ban Ve Nam Non HPP Electricity 2012 $24.60
Minh Luong SHPP Electricity 2012 $17.70
Nam Si Luong 4 Hydropower Plant Electricity 2012 $17.20
Dak Nong II SHPP Electricity 2012 $14.70

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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3.84/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

PPP Framework

Agencies

PPP Unit, Ministry of Planning and Investment

Ministry of Transport Department of PPP Management

Laws and policies

No dedicated PPP Law.

PPP Procurement Benchmarking

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Resources

    • 2012
    • Government of Vietnam

    Regulation on Organization and Operation of Electric Power Retail Service, Vietnam

    This is a regulation that spells out the rights and responsibilities of EVN (the Vietnamese national utility) and retail service providers (i.e., affiliated and non-affiliated entities that purchase electricity at wholesale and resell this electricity at retail to end use customers. Vietnam has had considerable success in expanding grid electrification through standardization of construction standards and standardized contracts between EVN and the retail service providers. The number of connected rural households grew from 14% in 1993 to 94.5% in 2008. A more detailed description of the Vietnamese electrification program can be found in the presentation at the June 2009 Maputo workshop of Mr. Hung Van Tien (Marjorie/Raluca: please...

    • 2008
    • Government of Vietnam

    Electric Power Retail Service Contract, Vietnam

    This is a standardized contract between EVN (the national utility of Vietnam) and local independent contractors who will provide meter reading, billing and minor repairs for retail customers. By using individuals from local communities to perform these services, EVN estimates that it saves 30 to 40% of what it would cost to provide the same services with one of its own employees. A typical service agent will be responsible for 30 to 100 households and will earn US $30 to 120 per month.

    • 2006
    • Government of Vietnam

    Technical Regulations for Rural Electrification / Electric Network

    Part I

    This new Technical Regulation on Rural Electrification (QDKT.DNT-2006) under the Vietnam – Sweden Rural Energy Programme/ Area 2 - Technical Standards for Rural Electrification/ Electric Networks (2005-2006) is an output of the cooperation between the Ministry of Industry and Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA). This document aims to rehabilitate and develop rural distribution networks (medium and low voltages and off-grid systems) to meet with safety and reliability standards, meanwhile ensuring environmental protection, cost effectiveness and easy implementation. It also aims to ensure the development of the electricity of Vietnam in the transition period that is able to harmonize the current rural electricity.

    • 2014
    • Matt Bull, Ruben Brekelmans, and Lauren Wilson
    • PPIAF

    Lessons Learned In Output and Performance-Based Road Maintenance Contracts

    This issue brief discusses five key lessons learned from PPIAF and the World Bank Group’s experiences in using output-based road maintenance contracts. By delivering efficient, cost-effective and innovative maintenance services, well-designed output and performance-based road maintenance contracts can help maintain road assets and achieve value-for-money. Output-based contracts can also help governments build experience in undertaking Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Several factors need to be considered when designing and implementing these contracts to achieve their full benefits.

    • 2015
    • Jetske Bouma, Ezra Berkhout

    Public-Private Partnerships in Development Cooperation

    Potential and Pitfalls for Inclusive Green Growth

    Public–private partnerships have become increasingly popular in global and Dutch development cooperation. The Dutch Directorate General for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation co-finances a substantial number of public–private partnerships in the fields of water and sanitation, food security and renewable energy, to enhance access to water, food and energy and thus contribute to economic development and poverty alleviation. Partnerships bring the private sector, civil society and public authorities together, a combination that is expected to improve public services delivery, enhance local representation and stimulate efficiency. This study assesses the potential contribution of public– private partnerships to Inclusive Green...

    • 2001
    • Baietti, Aldo
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Private Infrastructure in East Asia

    Lessons learned in the aftermath of the crisis

    Private participation in infrastructure has taken two distinct forms in the developing world. The first model, applied primarily in Latin America, focuses on privatization of existing infrastructure assets. The second, applied largely in East Asia, focuses on retaining existing assets in the public sector but seeking private sector involvement to augment capacity through new greenfield investments. The financial crisis that emerged in East Asia in mid-1997 threatened to undermine much of the progress the region had made in applying this second model to mobilize private investment and financing for infrastructure. This report describes the background of the 1997 financial crisis in East Asia and its impact on private investment in the...

Date last reviewed: April 24, 2017

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