New York governor pushes public-private partnerships

06/2/2009 | Crain's New York Business

A report from the office of New York Gov. David Paterson recommends using public-private partnerships for state infrastructure projects. New York faces a funding shortfall of $100 billion for infrastructure over the next two decades. "This report provides us with a series of ideas for asset-maximization projects that could accelerate construction, jumpstart job creation and provide for substantial savings in the years to come," said Paterson in a statement.

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