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How to build investor confidence in the Middle East and North Africa

Camels graze around power grid towers in the Kuwaiti desert February 14, 2014. Kuwaiti oil refineries are at risk of more shutdowns because of an inadequate power supply system, which has blighted the oil producer during years of rapid demand growth and underinvestment. Picture taken February 14, 2014.  REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee (KUWAIT - Tags: ENERGY ANIMALS) - RTX18XGM

Jordan has increasingly used Public-Private Partnerships to transform the country and deliver infrastructure Image: REUTERS/Stephanie McGehee

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Keiko Honda, CEO and Executive VP, MIGA, World Bank Group
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