Key to private sector participation is UKTI's UK Advisory Network (UKAN) which comprises commercial providers offering high-quality and trusted support to investors setting up in the UK and to home-grown companies doing business overseas.
What does PSP stand for?
PSP stands for Private Sector Participation
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 656 other meanings of PSP in our Acronym Attic
- Preventive Service Planning
- Priced Spare Parts
- Primary Sodium Pump
- Primary Spare Part
- Prime Sierpinski Project
- Prince Shopping Plaza (Nagano, Japan)
- Princeton Series in Physics (Princeton University; Princeton, NJ)
- Principal State of Polarization (property of FO cables)
- Print Service Provider
- Private Satellite Program
- Private Sector Project (various locations)
- Probability of Successful Penetration
- Problem Solving Partnership (various locations)
- Problem-Solving Process
- Processor Support Package
- Product Service Plan
- Product Stewardship Program (various organizations)
- Product Support Program
- Product Support Provider (US Army)
- Production Service Provider
Samples in periodicals archive:
Establishment of consortiums consist of state and private sector companies and universities, is one of the ways that can persuade private sector to participate in oil industry projects, Qalebani said, referred to some successful cases as private sector participation in enhancing recovery projects.
Although the proposals doing the rounds may be less severe than a Greek payment halt, rating agency Moody's said the "prospect of any form of private sector participation in debt relief is obviously negative for holders of distressed sovereign debt".
Miklos, a fiscal hawk who rejected contributing to the first 110 billion euro bailout package for debt-laden Greece last year, said debate about the size of the private sector participation in the programme was ongoing.
The prize was reportedly awarded to the Tourism Ministry for its stand's decorative qualities and for a high level of private sector participation in the ministry's projects.
He cautioned that infrastructure deficit may become a major bottleneck for sustained development of economic activities unless private sector participation in infrastructure development is significantly enhanced.