The BOO Model, BOOM Model and BOOT Model. Implementation in BOP Countries

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The BOO Model, BOOM Model and BOOT Model. Implementation in BOP Countries
Sandip Pandya
The financial models, such as BOO (Build Own Operate), Build Own Operate and Maintain (BOOM), BOOT (Build, Own, Operate, and Transfer), tailor-made for the mega-energy-products which were planned for the aid to the developing countries could see the light of the day but not as expected because of uncontrollable reasons. People’s mindset, the cultural differences, the language and interpretation pose a constriction in adopting them. The developing countries need to transform the programs available to them by developing a country specific regulatory structure to a reasonable risk of implementation. The tariff for sale of the products need to ensure the risk of foreign exchange is not completely passed to the end user, the variable component going into the product sale price is not exceeding the affordability of the purchaser, and so forth. So the BOO / BOOT / BOOM Models should be further analyzed for easy access to BOP. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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