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21 November 2014 - Tanzania tables bill for PPP centre

The Tanzanian government has published a bill seeking to amend its current PPP laws. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Chennai monorail given go-ahead

Plans to deliver a new monorail through a PPP model in Chennai have been backed by the state ministry of urban development. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Africa urged to improve PPP environment

PPPs can help African countries tackle their infrastructure deficit, but need proper structures around them and should not be seen as a magic bullet, the head of the African Development Bank has warned. Read more...

21 November 2014 - FCC approves €1bn capital increase

FCC shareholders have approved new plans for a capital increase of €1bn to reduce debts and improve the performance of the construction giant. Read more...

21 November 2014 - Scotland gets infra minister

Scotland’s new First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has appointed a dedicated minister for infrastructure and investment in her first Cabinet. Read more...

20 November 2014 - ICE calls for independent Infrastructure UK

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has suggested the aims of the Armitt Review’s independent infrastructure body could be achieved by restructuring Infrastructure UK (IUK). Read more...

20 November 2014 - Offshore wind growth faces funding challenges

The offshore wind sector is presenting lenders with new challenges as recent growth in the industry is increasing demand for credit, a report from ratings agency Moody’s has warned. Read more...

20 November 2014 - Five in for Philippines water scheme

Five teams have pre-qualified for the Philippines Bulacan Bulk Water Supply (BBWS) project. Read more...

20 November 2014 - EBRD launches PPP unit

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has created a €40m Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (IPPF) to facilitate a pipeline of bankable projects. Read more...

20 November 2014 - Irish ramp up PPP programme

Government to reveal more details within weeks; sees growing demand from international investors Read more...

20 November 2014 - Aberdeen acquires 16 PPPs

Aberdeen Asset Management has bought a portfolio of 16 operational PPP projects based across the UK and Europe. Read more...

19 November 2014 - Wales plots £500m NPD programme

Second round of schools programme to use Scottish investment model; hospital also likely to go down same route Read more...

19 November 2014 - UK ‘missing out’ on pension fund investment

The UK government is overlooking the large pool of private money available to infrastructure investment, a major pension fund has warned. Read more...

19 November 2014 - Project Bond success ‘mixed’

The EU’s 2020 Project Bond pilot phase has received a mixed reception from investors, according to a report from ratings agency Moody’s. Read more...

19 November 2014 - Mumbai Metro contract cancelled

India’s Maharashtra state government is to reissue the tender for the Mumbai Metro Line II project after the preferred bidder terminated its agreement with the authority. Read more...

19 November 2014 - Bids due for Dublin airport PPP

Responses are due for interested bidders on the fuel farm facility PPP situated at Dublin Airport in Ireland. Read more...

18 November 2014 - Balfour continues construction savings

Contractor Balfour Beatty has published its third quarter interim management statement, with its UK construction business still struggling – although there is no new profit warning. Read more...

18 November 2014 - Infra investment deficit hits £60bn

The UK’s infrastructure investment deficit is over £60bn and increasing private investment in the sector could significantly boost the economy, a new report has claimed. Read more...

18 November 2014 - Malta announces new PPPs

The Maltese government has identified seven new PPP deals as part of its 2015 Budget. Read more...

17 November 2014 - PIP 'interested in Thames Tunnel'

Exclusive: Chief executive backs government guarantee to enable pension fund investment; defends platform’s performance to date Read more...

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