Under Campbell, who led the Liberal regional government from 2001 until March this year, the province first mulled over public private partnerships (PPPs), and Partnerships BC (PBC) was subsequently formed in May 2002. Nine years and some 35 PPP projects later, Sarah Clark, Chief executive officer of PBC, justifiably feels the programme has matured to a point that its benefits have been seen all round the province and that some significant projects have come to the market using this mode of finance.
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