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Last edited 08 Jan 2018
|The group of private sector participants who have come together for the purposes of tendering for a private finance initiative (PFI) contract. Also becomes a Special Purpose Company (SPC) or Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV). The generic term is project company, which is established by the preferred tenderer and is the contracting party for the project.|
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