It will be operated by a joint public-private venture, shareholders of which include Yamaguchi Prefecture and the city of Iwakuni.
What does JPPV stand for?
JPPV stands for Joint Public-Private Venture
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Under vertical integration, Merseyrail - the most intensive network outside of London - would have been run by Merseytravel and a franchise managing the track under a joint public-private venture.
They mainly see the city as a dynamic set of capitalist spaces rather than being static spaces: The capitalist economy spatially sustains a class system, and many planned spaces in the European city are joint public-private ventures that have become privileged space.
The Tondemun Sijan in the Asia and Pacific Trade Center mall in Osaka's Suminoe Ward was run by a joint public-private venture company involving the city of Osaka.
The service, which was originally proposed by the Council for Transport Policy in 1985, is run by Metropolitan Intercity Railway, a joint public-private venture.
The purchase of the buses and the building of the fueling station are a demonstration project made possible by a joint public-private venture involving Chevron Research, El Paso Natural Gas, the Federal Transit Administration, Pacific Gas & Electric, Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, YCTA, and Yolo-Solano Air Pollution Control District.
The company, a joint public-private venture company financed by New Tokyo International Airport Authority and the Chiba prefectural government, is building a new railroad line to link Narita airport with nearby towns.