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15 April 2013 - Bids in for Philippines ticketing PPP

Nine teams have expressed interest in the Philippines’ fare collection systems PPP. Read more...

15 April 2013 - Kier given deadline for May Gurney

Contractor Kier has been given two weeks to decide whether it will make an offer for company May Gurney. Read more...

12 April 2013 - P3 deal for LA highway

The $10bn Sepulveda pass multimodal corridor project in Los Angeles is to go ahead under a P3 model, PPP Bulletin understands. Read more...

12 April 2013 - Preferred bidder on French uni

A preferred contractor has been appointed on the University of Bourgogne refurbishment PPP in France. Read more...

12 April 2013 - Bids in for New York bridge

Financial submissions are in for a $1.3bn bridge P3 in New York. Read more...

12 April 2013 - Maryland eyeing light rail P3s

Maryland’s transit authority (MTA) has issued a request for information to develop its Purple and Red Line light rail transit P3s. Read more...

12 April 2013 - Puerto Rico P3 body to remain

The Puerto Rico P3 Authority is to remain in place despite rumours of a break-up of the organisation. Read more...

12 April 2013 - Infra fund acquires two Aussie PPPs

HRL Morrison & Co has revealed its first acquisitions in the PPP sector – the South East Queensland Schools and Royal Adelaide Hospital programmes. Read more...

11 April 2013 - Colombia railway tenders imminent

Colombia's government is to announce new tenders to upgrade two railway lines in the country, PPP Bulletin understands. Read more...

11 April 2013 - Jamaica eyes schools scheme

Jamaica’s education minister is mulling steps to implement new schools programmes through a PPP model. Read more...

11 April 2013 - AfDB aids Malawi PPPs

The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved a grant to support future PPP schemes in Malawi. Read more...

11 April 2013 - Doubts over Qatari PPPs

Qatar’s government is not yet ready to implement a working PPP scheme, according to a panel of experts. Read more...

11 April 2013 - Royal Liverpool hit with further delays

Construction on the Royal Liverpool Hospital PFI has been delayed until 2014. Read more...

11 April 2013 - RFP for Canadian hospitals P3

The request for proposals (RFP) has been issued for British Columbia’s North Island hospitals P3. Read more...

11 April 2013 - Ottawa approves new P3 policy

The city of Ottawa in Canada has approved a new policy to increase accountability for P3 deals. Read more...

11 April 2013 - Final bids in for Mersey Gateway

Three shortlisted bidders have submitted their final tenders for the Mersey Gateway project. Read more...

10 April 2013 - Sweett board heads off coup

Shareholders urged to reject ‘emotion-driven’ bid by former chairman Read more...

10 April 2013 - Scotland ramps up procurement

The Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) has revealed £1.7bn-worth of non-profit distributing (NPD) projects currently in procurement, with more to come over the next 12 months. Read more...

10 April 2013 - Australia to court foreign investors

Australia’s state governments are beginning to woo more international firms, as the country looks to meet projects’ demands. Read more...

10 April 2013 - India approves affordable housing PPP

The state government of Odisha in India has approved plans to construct 5,000 houses through a PPP by the end of the year. Read more...

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Stuck in the past

Eighty-five years to the day since the event that triggered the Wall Street Crash and the Great Depression, the global economy is far from secure

KPMG's James Stewart discusses global trends in PPP

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Rank Name Total
1 Hitachi 2700 mill
2 John Laing 2700 mill
3 Carillion 1545 mill
4 Balfour Beatty Plc 1109 mill
5 Itochu 1090 mill