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29 April 2014 - Turkey provides PPP financing boost

The Turkish government has agreed to provide financing support to a number of PPP deals in a bid to boost investment in its projects. Read more...

28 April 2014 - Pakistan’s M-2 road signed

Pakistan's National Highways Authority (NHA) has awarded the contract for the reconstruction of the Habibabad Flyover and Lahore-Islamabad Motorway (M-2). Read more...

28 April 2014 - Philippines again alters Cavite LRT terms

The government of the Philippines has once again altered details surrounding the contract for its delayed Light Rail Transit line 1 (LRT1) Cavite extension project. Read more...

28 April 2014 - Aussie states eyeing new port deals

EXCLUSIVE: Regional governments in Australia are planning a number of potential port PPPs to be issued this year, PPP Bulletin understands. Read more...

25 April 2014 - Four in for Israel port projects

Four teams have expressed an interest in two new port PPPs in Israel. Read more...

25 April 2014 - Qatar backing new Kenyan highways

The government of Qatar is planning to support the development of a number of new highway projects in Kenya to be procured under the PPP model. Read more...

25 April 2014 - China turning to PPP for new infra projects

China is courting potential PPP deals for a series of new infrastructure projects. Read more...

25 April 2014 - Bishopfield boosts infra team

Financial advisers Bishopfield Capital Partners has appointed a new key member of its infrastructure development team. Read more...

24 April 2014 - Thames Tunnel infra provider tender due

The tender for the independent Infrastructure Provider to deliver the Thames ‘supersewer’ project will be launched next month. Read more...

24 April 2014 - World Bank plans African PPP support

The World Bank has announced its intention to support PPPs in Ghana by awarding it $30m for development. Read more...

23 April 2014 - Netherlands issues lock PPP

The Dutch government has issued a tender for the development of a new sea lock in the northwest of the country. Read more...

23 April 2014 - Philippines signs airport PPP

The Philippines government has signed the deal to develop the Mactan-Cebu International Airport. Read more...

23 April 2014 - India plans ‘skywalk’ bridges PPP

A series of six PPP flyover footbridges are to come to market over the next month in Bangalore. Read more...

23 April 2014 - Philippines urged to add bridge PPP

Davao city in the Philippines is asking the national government to add one of its new projects to the official list of PPP projects. Read more...

22 April 2014 - Aussie PPPs backed amid water scandal

Controversy surrounding the Australian Water Holdings corruption scandal should not deter governments from considering potential PPPs, according to an industry expert. Read more...

22 April 2014 - Public Works Loan Board chief quits

The chairman of the Public Works Loan Board (PWLB) resigned over the weekend, causing upheaval at the organisation in charge of lending money to local authorities for infrastructure projects. Read more...

22 April 2014 - Winner for Hull housing PFI

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the long-awaited £84m Hull Extra Care Housing PFI scheme. Read more...

22 April 2014 - Cameron and Osborne target infra

Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne made a rare joint visit to a transport project this week as they sought to reconfirm their commitment to infrastructure investment. Read more...

22 April 2014 - Philippines approves new Expressway PPP

Members of the Philippines inter-agency Investment Coordination Committee of the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA-ICC) have approved the building of a new expressway PPP. Read more...

17 April 2014 - Winner for North Wales waste PPP

A preferred bidder has been confirmed for the £800m North Wales Residual Waste Treatment Project. Read more...

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Christopher Healy, Counsel in Hogan Lovells' Infrastructure, Energy, Resources and Projects team on the prospects for transport infrastructure in Africa

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