Massot, Jean; Šimac, Neven
March 2009
Collected Papers of the Faculty of Law in Split;Mar2009, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
At the very beginning, more than 500 years ago, it was noted that motorway concession was regarded with suspicion. That is, France was characterised by public investment outweighing private and a certain mistrust in relation to the first experience of concession. Advantages have been discovered in facing European law in public --private partnership, the procedure of assessing public gain and therein a study of feasibility and durability and in the assessment and protection of public interest.


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