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11 February 2016 - Australian infra minister resigns

Barnaby Joyce named new Nationals leader and Deputy Prime Minister as Warren Truss retires; cabinet reshuffle expected; infrastructure portfolio still open Read more...

11 February 2016 - Indonesia confirms $5bn PPP

The government of Indonesia has confirmed it is to procure the Bontang Oil Refinery as a PPP, which could require over $10bn in investment. Read more...

10 February 2016 - Ferrovial extends Broadspectrum offer

Spanish developer Ferrovial has set a new deadline for its 100% capital offer of Australian services firm Broadspectrum. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Five in for Philippines rail

Five teams have shown interest in the Philippines’ North-South Railway (South Line) PPP scheme. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Hochtief facing Aussie legal claim

German construction giant Hochtief is facing legal action over alleged insider trading in Australia. Read more...

3 February 2016 - NZ preps third schools PPP

The New Zealand government has released details on the third schools PPP bundle, including the proposed timeline. Read more...

2 February 2016 - Bidders’ day for Philippines LRT

A bidders’ day has been confirmed for the Philippines light rail transit (LRT) Line 6 PPP deal. Read more...

2 February 2016 - East Timor awards port PPP

The government of East Timor has selected a winner for the Tibar Bay Port PPP Project. Read more...

2 February 2016 - PPP backed for Guam hospital

Authorities in the US territory of Guam are preparing the procurement of a new hospital as a PPP. Read more...

1 February 2016 - Winner for Canberra LRT

The Australian Capital Territory government has selected a preferred bidder for the Canberra Light Rail PPP. Read more...

1 February 2016 - Myanmar airport PPP progresses

Myanmar’s Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) has signed a framework agreement with the consortium it awarded an airport PPP to in 2014. Read more...

1 February 2016 - Philippines advances new P3 laws

Final approval on new PPP legislation is looming in the Philippines after the proposals were backed at the second reading in the House of Representatives. Read more...

29 January 2016 - Aussie prison PPP progresses

The New South Wales government has launched procurement procedures for a prison PPP. Read more...

29 January 2016 - $1bn NSW housing scheme tendered

The New South Wales government is seeking expressions of interest (EoI) to deliver additional social and affordable housing through innovative partnerships under the Social and Affordable Housing Fund (SAHF). Read more...

27 January 2016 - Philippines signs ITS-South

The Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications has signed a 35-year concession for the Integrated Transport System (ITS) – South Terminal PPP deal. Read more...

25 January 2016 - ADB launches PPP preparation fund

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has launched its Asia-Pacific Project Preparation Facility, a multi-donor trust fund designed to help developing Asia and Pacific nations prepare, structure and place bankable PPP projects. Read more...

25 January 2016 - Philippines LRT Line 2 delayed

The Philippines Department of Transportation and Communications has extended the deadline for private parties to submit their bids for the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Line 2 project. Read more...

22 January 2016 - PPP adviser sought for Indonesia

The Government of Indonesia is seeking request for qualifications (RFQ) for the post of national adviser for PPPs, a mandate backed by the US government. Read more...

21 January 2016 - Broadspectrum rejects offer

Directors recommend shareholders reject Ferrovial's offer Read more...

20 January 2016 - Philippines PPPs exempted from election ban

Thirteen PPP projects will be allowed to continue their procurement in the run-up to the election for a new Philippines president, the government has said. Read more...

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Kenya has unveiled some bold proposals for new infrastructure investment. PPP Unit head Stanley Kamau tells Amanda Nicholls how they will be implemented

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