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16 April 2015 - Philippines kicks off airport bidding

The Philippines government has launched the invitation to pre-qualify and bid for its regional airports PPP bundles. Read more...

16 April 2015 - Pakistan housing PPP launched

Lahore has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a housing PPP – following the launch of an expressway PPP. Read more...

15 April 2015 - East-West Link cancelled for $339m

Victorian state government reaches deal to scrap project; ‘no compensation’ to be paid to consortium; prime minister attacks decision Read more...

14 April 2015 - Summer bidding for Philippines LRT-6

The Philippines government has confirmed plans to bid out its light rail transit (LRT) Line 6 project by June. Read more...

13 April 2015 - Bangladesh issues leisure PPP

The Bangladesh government is seeking request for qualifications to develop a tourist beach resort as a PPP Read more...

10 April 2015 - Ashurst promotes Aussie PPP lawyer

Law firm Ashurst has promoted 20 of its employees to partner around the world, including a PPP expert in Australia. Read more...

10 April 2015 - Philippines tenders port PPP

The Philippines government has issued the invitation to pre-qualify and bid on the Davao Sasa Port Modernisation project. Read more...

10 April 2015 - KPMG relocates Asia infra head

Financial consultancy KPMG has announced its Asia Pacific head of infrastructure advisory is relocating to take advantage of rising opportunities in China and neighbouring countries. Read more...

2 April 2015 - ADB agrees Sri Lanka infra loan

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a $100bn loan agreement with Sri Lanka that will help expand infrastructure development in the country. Read more...

1 April 2015 - Indian PPP rules changed

The Indian government has made amendments to its PPP guidelines to enhance financial support for infrastructure projects. Read more...

31 March 2015 - Victoria scraps another transport PPP

The Victoria government in Australia has rejected plans for a PPP deal that had been backed by the previous administration – the second deal to be scuppered by the incoming Labor government since it won office at the end of last year. Read more...

31 March 2015 - Hogan Lovells launches Aussie presence

Law firm Hogan Lovells has announced two new heads as it establishes a presence in Australia. Read more...

30 March 2015 - PPP to build Andhra govt buildings

The Andhra Pradesh government in India will use PPP procurement to deliver a number of government buildings in the state’s capital city. Read more...

30 March 2015 - CH2M Hill plans India water scheme

Engineering and construction company CH2M Hill has teamed up with the Singapore Public Utilities Board (PUB) and Singapore Cooperation Enterprise to provide water management services for the Rajasthan state government in India. Read more...

30 March 2015 - NSW election shores up infra plans

A resounding victory by Mike Baird’s Liberal party has firmed up New South Wales’s future infrastructure plans. Read more...

27 March 2015 - Philippines preparing rail PPP

The Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) is to procure the Clark Rail Transit System as a PPP. Read more...

26 March 2015 - Leighton to change name

Australian contractor Leighton Holdings has announced its intention to change its name. Read more...

25 March 2015 - Agreement signed for Indian PPPs

An agreement in India has been signed that covers 41 new PPP projects across 28 municipalities. Read more...

24 March 2015 - Thailand raising investment for PPPs

The Thai government has confirmed plans to raise the amount it has in joint investments with the private sector in order to speed up the state’s infrastructure plan and the use of PPPs. Read more...

23 March 2015 - Philippines Calax deal awarded in July

The Philippines’ $790m Cavite – Laguna Expressway (Calax) will be awarded in the first week of July. Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

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The long road

There is a huge need for Afghan PPPs, explains Alessandro Abati, PPP Expert at the Afghan Ministry of Finance

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