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30 August 2013 - Ten in for Gary airport

Ten private firms have submitted their proposals for the Gary/Chicago International Airport PPP. Read more...

30 August 2013 - Coates to leave health department

The Department of Health’s commercial director, who has driven through the creation of property company NHS Property Services, is to leave before the end of the year. Read more...

30 August 2013 - Peru announces PPP initiatives

Peru’s Finance Minister Luis Miguel Castilla has announced 11 legislative initiatives over the next 60 days in order to promote PPPs. Read more...

30 August 2013 - India backtracks on airport PPP plans

The civil aviation ministry in India is planning to fully privatise six airports, instead of deliver upgrades through PPPs as previously proposed. Read more...

30 August 2013 - Polish PPP institute mulls sports plans

Poland’s Institute of PPP is considering the private sector responses to its consultation on plans for a new sports complex. Read more...

30 August 2013 - Three in for Ontario hospital P3

Infrastructure Ontario has shortlisted three teams for the Joseph Brant Hospital expansion P3. Read more...

30 August 2013 - Miami mulls medical P3

Miami Dade College in Florida is considering a multi-purpose medical campus P3. Read more...

30 August 2013 - Turkish health PPPs set to finally close

Turkey could be on the cusp of finally closing a number of PPP health deals, PPP Bulletin understands. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Florida launches toll road tender

Florida’s Department of Transport (FDOT) has launched a tender for developing the SR-54 and SR-56 in Tampa. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Chile bridge deadlines postponed

Technical and financial bid deadlines for Chile’s Chacao bridge PPP have been delayed, the country’s Ministry of Public Works (MOP) has announced. Read more...

29 August 2013 - BBGI purchases interest in German PPPs

Bilfinger Berger Global Infrastructure (BBGI) has agreed to purchase a stake in four PPP projects in Germany. Read more...

29 August 2013 - India to shore up confidence in PPPs

India’s Planning Commission will consider measures to improve confidence in PPPs, as investors remain skeptical over the country’s projects. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Australian LRT valued at $1.7bn

The conclusion of feasibility studies has priced the western Sydney light rail transit (LRT) network at approximately $1.7bn. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Sydney PPP gets govt approval

Contractor Lend Lease has received the green light to proceed with a $1bn entertainment PPP in Sydney, Australia. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Money runs out for Edmonton LRT

Canada’s Edmonton Light Rail Transit (LRT) P3 is likely to be delayed due to a funding shortfall. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Brazil waterworks PPP postponed

The Brazilian State of Minas Gerais has postponed the bid submission date for its new water PPP. Read more...

29 August 2013 - Shantinagar-Mawa construction postponed

Construction work on an elevated expressway PPP in Pakistan could be delayed further due to complications with paperwork. Read more...

29 August 2013 - INPP changes relationship with Amber

Infrastructure investment fund International Public Partnerships (INPP) has given itself greater flexibility to change its investment adviser, as it announces further growth in net asset value. Read more...

28 August 2013 - JLIF plans new fundraising

John Laing Infrastructure Fund (JLIF) has announced its intention to raise more money in the fund through an equity fundraising. Read more...

28 August 2013 - Four in for Brazil metro PPP

The Curitiba underground has moved one step closer having received four expressions of interest for the PPP project. Read more...

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Viewers of the increasingly popular Danish dramas such as Borgen, The Killing and The Bridge will be well used to plot twists and political surprises that influence daily life in the kingdom.

EBRD managing director for Infrastructure Thomas Maier talks about what they are doing to boost PPP investment

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1 European Investment Bank 2848 mill
2 Aviva 1372 mill
3 HSBC 1097 mill
4 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group 1097 mill
5 Barclays Group 745 mill