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30 July 2015 - Submissions in for Davao port PPP

Five firms have submitted pre qualifying documents for the Davao Sasa Port Modernisation project in the Philippines. Read more...

29 July 2015 - CIMIC appoints new CFO

Australia’s CIMIC group, formerly known as Leighton Holdings, has appointed a new chief financial officer Read more...

29 July 2015 - ADB to increase Philippines funding

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has announced plans to increase its sovereign lending for Philippines infrastructure by 66% over the next few years. Read more...

28 July 2015 - China province announces PPP plans

China’s central Chongqing province has announced plans to launch $129bn worth of PPPs over the next six years. Read more...

27 July 2015 - Philippines to award 13 projects by next year

The Philippines government is aiming to award 13 PPPs before the end of President Aquino’s term. Read more...

24 July 2015 - Philippines PPP law ‘on track’

PPP law amendments are expected to be finalised this year and will likely pass into the next Philippines administration, according to officials. Read more...

23 July 2015 - Queensland hires stadium PPP adviser

The Queensland government has hired a consultant to complete a business case on developing a stadium project as a PPP. Read more...

22 July 2015 - BRICS bank launched

The new BRICS development bank has been officially launched in Shanghai. Read more...

22 July 2015 - Kuwait infra set for bumper 2015

Kuwait's infrastructure sector is expected to grow by up to 20% in 2015, a new report has claimed. Read more...

21 July 2015 - Philippines projects get go-ahead

Two high profile projects have been approved by the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) in the Philippines. Read more...

20 July 2015 - New Vietnamese port PPP confirmed

The Vietnamese government has given the go ahead for a new port PPP project. Read more...

20 July 2015 - India considering medical colleges PPP

The Maharashtra government in central India is considering using PPP in order to get a number of new medical colleges off the ground. Read more...

17 July 2015 - India to develop 400 railway stations

The Indian government has confirmed plans to upgrade up to 400 railway stations under a new "Swiss Challenge" model. Read more...

16 July 2015 - Philippines approves IT scheme

A further PPP project has been approved by the board of the Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). Read more...

15 July 2015 - Two through on Philippines prison

Two teams have been pre-qualified to bid for the Philippines’ first Regional Prison Facilities through PPP project, with one team failing to make it through. Read more...

15 July 2015 - Indian port progresses with single bidder

The state government of Kerala has issued a letter of intent confirming that it intends to continue its procurement of the Vizhinjam International Deep Water Seaport project with a single bidder. Read more...

15 July 2015 - Infra gets $10bn in Queensland Budget

Health and education were among the biggest infrastructure winners in Queensland’s latest Budget, with $10.1bn to be spent on infrastructure out of the overall $49.9bn Budget plan. Read more...

14 July 2015 - Indian state tenders road PPP

The Government of Chhattisgarh, through the Chhattisgarh Road Development Corporation (CGRDC), is seeking requests for qualifications (RFQs) for a 58km road project. Read more...

13 July 2015 - CALAX deal signs

The Philippines government has signed the $456m Cavite-Laguna (CALAX) Expressway contract with the preferred bidder. Read more...

13 July 2015 - New infra portal for Queensland

Tuesday’s Queensland State Budget will introduce a new streamlined assessment process to encourage infrastructure investment. Read more...

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On the hunt

Why fox hunting suddenly has everything to do with infrastructure

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No Time to Lose

Galliford Try’s Mark Baxter is hoping to have two and a half markets to tackle in the coming years. He tells Paul Jarvis that UK authorities need to build while the debt remains cheap

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