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24 February 2017 - China targets more private investment

The Chinese government is looking to drive more private sector involvement in its infrastructure programme and is considering establishing new investment funds for private entities. Read more...

23 February 2017 - Bangladesh mulls new infra PPP fund

The Government of Bangladesh is considering whether to establish a sovereign wealth fund to support infrastructure development projects, including PPP deals. Read more...

22 February 2017 - Phil targets April for airports tender

The Philippines government is likely to issue the deadline for the submissions of qualification for its regional airports schemes in April. Read more...

21 February 2017 - Gl Hub to conduct PPP study

The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) is seeking a firm to develop practical reference guidelines for concession management of PPP projects. Read more...

21 February 2017 - UN considers SDG financing issues

The United Nations Headquarters will host a high-level event to examine ways to leverage private and public financing for development, including PPPs. Read more...

20 February 2017 - July deadline for Philippines infra plan

The Philippines government expects to publish its Priority Investment Programme 2017-22 by July, it has announced. Read more...

17 February 2017 - Pakistan mulls PPP law changes

Pakistan’s Senate standing committee on finance and revenue is considering changes to the country’s PPP legislation. Read more...

17 February 2017 - NZ minister backs private sector role

New Zealand’s finance minister Steven Joyce has held discussions with local government on the use of private finance for projects. Read more...

16 February 2017 - Shortlist for Melbourne roads PPP

Three teams have been shortlisted for the $1.8bn western package of the Outer Suburban Arterial Roads (OSARs) Programme in Melbourne. Read more...

15 February 2017 - Cintra and Plenary form JV

Investors Cintra and Plenary have established a formal joint venture to compete in the Australia and New Zealand road infrastructure market. Read more...

15 February 2017 - Kyrgyzstan trains officials on PPP

The Ministry of Economics of Kyrgyzstan has hosted a PPP training seminar for heads of regional administrations, ministries and PPP departments. Read more...

14 February 2017 - Winner for Navi Mumbai airport

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the Navi Mumbai airport PPP project. Read more...

14 February 2017 - Queensland govt completes reshuffle

Queensland’s Deputy Premier Jackie Trad has assumed the role of transport minister, with Brisbane’s Cross River Rail Project a priority. Read more...

13 February 2017 - Agreement reached for Adelaide hospital

The South Australian Government and its private partner on the new Royal Adelaide Hospital have reached an agreement to complete the PPP project. Read more...

8 February 2017 - Plenary acquires energy provider

Developer Plenary Group has acquired a majority stake in a renewable energy services provider based in Australia and New Zealand. Read more...

8 February 2017 - Cimic sees strong future

Cimic Group has announced better-than-expected results for the 2016 financial year as the company steps up its involvement in the PPP market. Read more...

8 February 2017 - Baker McKenzie expands Malaysia practice

Wong & Partners, a member firm of Baker & McKenzie, has hired a partner in the finance and projects practice. Read more...

3 February 2017 - Philippines plans seaport PPP

The Project Development and Monitoring Facility (PDMF) committee has approved funding to conduct feasibility studies into a potential seaport via a PPP model. Read more...

3 February 2017 - ADB advises in PNG airport

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will act as transaction adviser in the PPP for the construction of a new airport terminal in Papua New Guinea. Read more...

1 February 2017 - ADB to support Indonesia PPP push

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has pledged to step up cooperation with the Government of Indonesia to stimulate private financing in infrastructure. Read more...

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Power Play

The UK government's political strength could have come at just the right time for the PPP market

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Coming into their Prime

At its start, Prime delivered new buildings for individual GPs. As the company approaches its 21st birthday, Leighton Chumbley and Richard Laing tell Paul Jarvis how the company has grown up

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