According to bank provided information, the Government of Jordan, through the Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship, aims to engage the private sector to expand, finance, operate and maintain the National Broadband Network (NBN) and act as a wholesale player by commercializing the network spare capacity on a PPP basis. IFC will act as Lead Transaction Advisor to the Government of Jordan for this Project.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) Project is expected to take a stride beyond its current infrastructure so as to (i) provide high-speed internet connectivity to additional public entities, as well as to households and businesses by commercializing NBN’s spare capacity and (ii) mobilize private sector investment for the network's expansion and upgrade.
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