UK takes closer look at future of PFI
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK’s private finance initiative (PFI) programme of investment in hospitals, their installations and other public infrastructure is coming under renewed scrutiny. The parliamentary Treasury Committee has issued a call for evidence, as part of an inquiry into the future use of PFI. The inquiry will compare PFI with alternative public procurement strategies.
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