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The World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg (Rio+10) identified the corporate sector as a main actor in poverty reduction in developing countries.Both the private and public sectors have long been guilty of a linear approach toward development and economic growth. "Partnerships" between government, civil society and business were suggested as one means of addressing this vital issue. PPPs combine social responsibility and public interest of the government with the competence, management and financial resources of the private sector.Promoting cooperation between civil society and private and public sectors is vital for sustainable development.However, the cooperation in many developing countries is still limited and the actors' capability to plan and implement a partnership with the private sector is often weak.
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