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8 January 2018 - PPP Awards 2017

Sydney’s Shangri-La hotel played host to the inaugural PPP Awards, celebrating the best projects and teams working in the sector across the Asia-Pacific region Read more...

8 January 2018 - Capacity Building

The roundtable session preceding the inaugural PPP Awards in Sydney highlighted that very different markets across very different jurisdictions share one concern: market capacity. Amanda Nicholls reports Read more...

8 January 2018 - Joined Up Value

Land value capture continues to be the global buzzword for infrastructure development. Paul Jarvis discovers that with careful planning and joined-up thinking, the concept could deliver a housebuilding boom Read more...

1 December 2017 - Crowd Funding

Investors are often suspicious of multilateral development banks crowding them out. Paul Jarvis investigates why the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank might be different Read more...

1 December 2017 - The Trust Battle

Getting officials and the wider public on board with the concept of PPP is proving more and more difficult. Paul Jarvis explores how greater use of data can counter the negativity Read more...

1 October 2017 - Emergency Brake

An initial pipeline of five hospitals in New South Wales has been whittled down to just one. Should the industry be concerned and is this the symptom of a wider trend in Australia, asks Paul Jarvis Read more...

1 May 2017 - Learning from Others

At the end of March, delegates from New Zealand arrived in the UK to exchange ideas on infrastructure investment. Paul Jarvis caught up with some of them to find out what’s next in their market Read more...

1 March 2017 - Smart Cities

‘Smart cities’ is the infrastructure world’s favourite buzz phrase. But away from the rhetoric and science fiction dreams, what are the real opportunities for the infrastructure community, asks Marina Formoso Read more...

1 November 2016 - The Great Walls in China

With huge ambitions for its programme and a raft of municipally-led deals coming to market, is the Chinese PPP market too good to be true asks Amanda Nicholls Read more...

1 September 2016 - Country Watch – New Zealand

With a solid pipeline of deals in the bag and new prospects on the horizon, the New Zealand market is going from strength to strength, reports Dan Colombini Read more...

1 April 2016 - Countrywatch: Philippines

With national elections on the horizon, Dan Colombini reports on how the Philippines PPP pipeline is facing a new and uncertain dawn Read more...

1 February 2016 - Country Watch – Australia

Despite recent political upheaval, the Australian PPP market is still a leading light on the world stage. Dan Colombini reports on the opportunities and issues that exist Down Under Read more...

1 October 2015 - Country Watch – Indonesia

Indonesia has a clear goal to accelerate the country’s infrastructure and recognises the importance that PPP can play, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 July 2015 - Missing Link

Sydney’s North West Rail Link - now known as Sydney Metro Northwest - won both ‘Best Transit Project’ and ‘Projects Grand Prix’ at the Partnerships Awards 2015. Amanda Nicholls asks what makes it so special Read more...

1 May 2015 - Country Watch – Vietnam

After years of little activity, Vietnam has begun to see the benefits of PPP. James Kenny reports on the opportunities now on the horizon Read more...

1 April 2015 - Playing Politics

Ongoing political changes in Australia could potentially disrupt the country’s flow, reports James Kenny Read more...

1 March 2015 - Handle With Care

China’s plans for a PPP programme has caught the world’s attention, but there are many hurdles to overcome before it can become a top destination for investors. Paul Jarvis reports Read more...

1 December 2014 - A Year in Focus

As 2014 draws to a close, we asked some leading industry figures to give their view on the highlights of the PPP market over the past year and what challenges they face going into the New Year Read more...

1 November 2014 - Country Watch: Singapore

Infrastructure investment opportunities in Singapore are no secret. But with a highly rated government and a thriving economy, PPPs may struggle to get a piece of the action, reports Dan Colombini Read more...

1 October 2014 - Brick by BRICS

Keen to steer their own economic future, the BRICS countries have announced plans to form their own bank. James Kenny asks what it might mean for investment Read more...

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Fáilte Project Ireland 2040

The industry has welcomed (Fáilte) the ambition of the Irish government’s National Development Plan, albeit with a healthy degree of scepticism as to its implementation

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‘A Great Journey’

Phillip Hall, MUFG’s head of structured finance for EMEA, tells Paul Jarvis how the bank is evolving to thrive in the changing PPP world

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