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    Since this research paper is going to illustrate the different payment mechanisms in public-private partnerships projects, it is useful to start briefly with some definitions of P3 term. Indeed, P3 can be defined as a long-term contract to provide a public service or maintain a public facility, such as highways, hospitals, and bridges, between the private sector and the government entity . In this contract, the private sector will be taking the risk and the responsibility to maintain, operate, and manage the public facility at high-performance level. Another definition for P3 is that public-private partnerships project is a contractual agreement between the public agency, such as federal government and state government, and the private sector.…

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    1 Introduction Public private partnership is when government forms partnership with the private sector, through this partnership activities that were done by the government are now being done by the private sector, and services that were delivered by the government are now being delivered by the private sector, however this does not mean that government does not play a role in the activities done or services delivered, but the government will oversee the quality of the service delivered or the…

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    ITA Executive Summary

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    allows private firms to partner with the International Trade Administration (ITA). Through ITA’s strategic partnerships, private firms work with ITA to develop an event, program, or resource, in support on increasing awareness of educational resources and export knowledge. This helps ITA educate the public on exporting, and helps private firms by educating their clients while increasing their brand presence. The Office of Strategic Partnerships is under the division of Industry and Analysis; of…

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    The International Museum is a private, non-profit museum that seeks to engage a diverse community through compelling and culturally significant exhibitions, which display international art, historical, and scientific objects. Through educational outreach efforts, special programming and conferences, we hope to immerse our audience in cultures around the globe, challenging preconceived notions and bringing cultural…

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    Chaymae Essaid 61418 February 2, 2016 Public Limited Corporation (La société anonyme) The public company is a business company by its form with any possible purpose. It is made for the large companies and the associates, called shareholders, which are responsible for the social debts only concerning the amount of their contributions. The legal characteristics of the company is very marked, its operation is narrowly regulated by law 17/95 of the 8/30/96 published in the B.O. n° 4422 of the…

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    differences between the: A. Private Sector Sole Traders – This organisation type mainly relies on the business being owned by one individual. They handle all the financial risk in regards to operating the business for a return of profits. They have the responsibility of dealing with any losses the business makes and bills representing things that have been bought for the business. The normal things would be stock or equipment. Records will be kept for all sales and spending the business has…

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    difference in international culture and national culture, the role of joint ventures in the process and the assessment of the market value when entered into a successful joint venture. The recommendations provided gives a guidance for the decision of the partners which helps in forming and managing of Joint Ventures without any problems in the future. As the global environment continues to evolve, the role of the companies who enter into joint venture also work hard to create value for their…

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    When building strong school-family partnerships, I see the following steps as essential: 1.Inform and educate all stakeholders about the benefits that strong school-family partnerships have on student achievement. Before effective partnerships can be developed, it is important that families and schools truly understand the necessity of school-family engagement, and the effects it has on student success. When it comes to teachers, the research discussed by Ferlazzo (2011) has shown there is…

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    Imagining, however, that this could happen, there are a few qualities that I think an ideal co-coordinator would possess. I would hope that my co-coordinator would be willing to accept my strengths and weaknesses. If one of us does not feel comfortable addressing a situation, having a partner that is willing to step up and take on that responsibility creates a comfortable partnership. Sometimes, one individual is better suited for a specific task than the other. From dealing with different…

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    TASK 1 1-There are four different ways that a child care center can be organized. First, there is a sole Proprietorship is the individuals who create the centers and maintain the ownership. Also, they bear all the responsibility. Partnership structure, on the other hand, is for people who will own a business with one or more partners. They are sharing responsibility and finances and profit. A Corporation is a business that owned by one or more shareholders. The shareholders elect directors and…

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