APIP was established as a regional structure to initiate dialogues within APEC economies between governments, business, multilateral development banks and academics on complex infrastructure matters.
APIP dialogues frankly and objectively address issues related to infrastructure that often revolve around issues of capacity, collaboration and financial markets.
APIP is comprised of approximately 60 specialists from academia, asset management, commercial banking, investment banking, engineering, property development, information technology, legal and consulting sectors, the ADB, the World Bank and the OECD. These specialists bring expertise in various aspects of developing, managing, and implementing PPPs to meetings with ministers and senior officials from the region’s economies to provide advice on issues of relevance in encouraging foreign and domestic investment in PPPs.
The Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Partnership (APIP) is an initiative of the ABAC Advisory Group on Financial System Capacity Building. The Australian APEC Study Centre performs the role of secretariat to the APIP and the Centre Director is a co-coordinator of APIP dialogues.
APIP Publications and Reports
- Best practice in design for social infrastructure PPPs (PDF 465kb)
- Contract Clauses for Variations (PDF 496kb)
- Incorporating externalities into Revenue Line of PPP's(PDF 562kb)
- Tax Incentives for PPPs(PDF 636kb)
- Pension Fund Investment in PPPs (PDF 482kb)
- Manila Dialogue 5 October 2011(PDF 145kb)
- Manila Dialogue 23 January 2013 (PDF 77kb)
- Jakarta Dialogue 22 October 2012 (PDF 116kb)
- Peru Dialogue 14 August 2011 (PDF 111kb)
- Hanoi Dialogue 20 July 2012 (PDF 93kb)
- Malaysia Dialogue 4 December 2013 (PDF 316Kb)
- Indonesia Dialogue 2 December 2013(PDF 258Kb)