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26 March 2013 - High interest on $5bn Peru metro deal

Almost 30 firms have expressed an interest in Peru’s $5bn Lima metro line 2 concession. Read more...

26 March 2013 - Preferred bidder for Humber

Canada’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities has appointed a private partner for the Humber Colleges P3. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Construction hits Wates results

Contractor Wates saw underlying pre-tax profits slip by £3m in 2012 compared to the previous year, as its construction division faced a difficult 12 months. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Indian state plans 5 road PPPs

The state of Haryana in northern India is planning to improve 5 major roads through a PPP. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Kiev Orbital road project nears tender

Ukraine is said to be gearing up for the launch of a new road PPP project. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Maine bill proposes P3 changes

A bill has been filed in the Maine legislature that could lift confidentiality protections on state transportation P3s. Read more...

25 March 2013 - El Salvador PPP law decision imminent

A decision on the implementation of a new PPP law in El Salvador could be made next month. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Honduras port signs

The preferred bidder has inked a 30-year contract on the Cortes Port in Honduras. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Philippines delays PPPs

Three major PPPs have been further delayed in the Philippines. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Bids in for Chicago airport

Six bidders have been pre-qualified for Chicago’s Midway Airport P3. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Egypt eyes bonds for PPPs

Egypt’s PPP unit will use sukuk (Islamic bonds) to finance a series of upcoming PPPs. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Brazil stadium PPP facing civil action

The Brazilian Federal Prosecutor's Office and the Attorney General of Rio de Janeiro has proposed civil action to suspend bidding on the state’s Maracana stadium PPP. Read more...

25 March 2013 - Ex-BAA boss heads to Infracapital

Infracapital, the infrastructure investment arm of M&G investments, has appointed a new director. Read more...

22 March 2013 - Cornwall re-signs waste PFI

Cornwall Council has finally signed the contract variation for its waste PFI scheme – over six years after the original contract was signed. Read more...

22 March 2013 - Canada to boost P3s with new infra plan

The Canadian government has pledged to invest over $53bn in infrastructure projects over the next 10 years, which includes renewed support for P3s. Read more...

22 March 2013 - Brazil to launch bridge consultation tender

Brazil’s Bahia state is to launch tenders for consultation work on its $3.5bn Salvador-Itaparica bridge. Read more...

22 March 2013 - New head for NZ PPP unit

The New Zealand government has appointed a new head of its PPP programme. Read more...

22 March 2013 - Sydney convention centre signs

Infrastructure Australia has signed off on the Darling Harbour Convention Centre PPP in Sydney. Read more...

22 March 2013 - No PPP for Paris Metro

The €26bn Grand Paris Metro programme will not be procured under a PPP. Read more...

22 March 2013 - Bidder appointed for African port

A consortium has been named preferred bidder for works on a new port terminal in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Read more...

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Rank Name Total
1 DLA Piper 3230 mill
2 Hogan Lovells 2700 mill
3 Allen & Overy 1407 mill
4 Pinsent Masons 1216 mill
5 Ashurst 944 mill