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16 October 2017 - RFQ for Bangladeshi road PPP

The government of Bangladesh has issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) for a road PPP. Read more...

11 October 2017 - Anti-PPP campaign targets World Bank

A campaign opposed to the increasing use of the PPP model around the world has launched with an attack on the World Bank and International Monetary Fund’s annual meetings in Washington, DC. Read more...

10 October 2017 - Advisers sought for Indian PPP unit

A state government in India has issued a request for proposals for consultants to support its PPP office. Read more...

9 October 2017 - Kazakhstan to step up private finance

The Development Bank of Kazakhstan (DBK) has pledged to step up the adoption of the PPP model to reduce state involvement in the economy. Read more...

6 October 2017 - Bid date set for Philippine airport concession

The government of the Philippines has announced the deadline to bid for an airport project. Read more...

5 October 2017 - Arup sued over PPP road forecasts

Consultancy Arup is facing court in Australia in a law suit relating to its forecasts for a PPP toll road project. Read more...

4 October 2017 - Discussions on NZ govt to begin

Preliminary discussions are due to be held on Thursday with the main parties and so-called kingmaker Winston Peters over the future make-up of the New Zealand government. Read more...

4 October 2017 - Australia 'can learn UK rail lessons'

Australia needs to learn the lessons of the UK's experiences in the rail sector to increase competition in public transport, the head of Infrastructure Australia has said. Read more...

3 October 2017 - Australian waste contract awarded

A regional council in Western Australia has awarded a $400m 20-year municipal waste service contract including an energy-from-waste (EfW) plant. Read more...

28 September 2017 - Kyrgyz convention centre PPP launched

The government of Kyrgyzstan has launched a tender for a convention centre PPP. Read more...

28 September 2017 - 200 attend KL-Singapore HSR briefing

Over 200 delegates from more than 110 organisations attended a recent industry briefing on the planned Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high speed rail (HSR) project. Read more...

27 September 2017 - Asia 'must explore new PPP frontiers'

PPPs will be “vital” in tackling the multi-billion dollar financing gap in infrastructure across the Asia Pacific, a report from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has said. Read more...

25 September 2017 - Stalemate in New Zealand election

The next New Zealand government could take weeks to form after the weekend’s election failed to produce a clear winner. Read more...

21 September 2017 - India launches new housing PPP policy

The Indian government has published a new policy for affordable housing PPPs designed to increase private investment in the sector. Read more...

20 September 2017 - EoI for NZ wastewater PPP

A town in New Zealand has issued a request for expressions of interest (EoIs) for a wastewater PPP. Read more...

19 September 2017 - Singapore-Malaysia HSR progresses

Malaysia and Singapore are to host another event with the private sector as plans for the Kuala Lumpur – Singapore High Speed Rail project move forward. Read more...

18 September 2017 - Bhutan launches PPP rules

The government of Bhutan has published its PPP rules and regulations 2017 as it looks to boost investment in the country. Read more...

18 September 2017 - MOU for Kyrgyz-Japanese PPPs

Kyrgyzstan has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Japanese association of PFI and PPPs as the republic seeks to expand its knowledge and practices on private finance. Read more...

15 September 2017 - PPP ‘would accelerate Adelaide infra’

Adelaide should consider using PPPs to help tackle its congestion problems and deliver new infrastructure across the city, according to a new report. Read more...

15 September 2017 - Advisers sought for Kiribati energy programme

The World Bank has issued a request for expressions of interest for consultants to oversee the preparation of an energy programme in Kiribati. Read more...

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Standing above the parapet

There is a positive case to be made for private finance, despite what the Labour hierarchy might think. Whether anyone will make it today, though, is far from certain

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The Spanish are Coming

Ovidio Bartolomé de Miguel has arrived at Sacyr’s new London office. He and his company seem unfazed by Brexit and the company is not the only Spanish contractor in town, reports Marina Formoso

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