2008 年 16 巻 p. 175-180
Recent years, with rapid economic development, Chinese government could not meet the continually growing demand for services alone. It is estimated that in the 11th five-years (2006-2010), total 660 billion RMB are necessary for urban environmental infrastructures. Under such circumstance, Chinese government began to promote Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model for allowing the private sector to participate in providing public services, which aims to attract private investment, improve efficiency of public services through market and competition mechanisms and create new jobs and new service industries, thereby promoting economic growth. SWOT analysis was implemented for countermeasures on promoting BOT model in UEI projects. A SWOT Matrix, in which the SO, ST, WO, WT strategic alternatives available indentified, was developed. The results shows, development of detailed and operational guidelines and a special law for promoting PPP, increase collection rate, rise of treatment and disposal fees and well planning for avoiding waste of investment and increase of utilizing rate of facilities etc. were considered as most important countermeasures for promoting BOT projects in China.