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7 May 2013 - Victoria announces new toll road PPP

Unveiling its 2013-14 budget, Victoria, Australia has unveiled plans for a new $8bn toll road PPP. Read more...

7 May 2013 - Brazil city cancels water tender

The city of Santa Cruz do Sul in southern Brazil has cancelled its $599m tender to provide municipal sanitation services. Read more...

7 May 2013 - Six interested in Indian port deal

Six firms have expressed an interest in India’s Haldia Dock II PPP in Kolkata. Read more...

7 May 2013 - Appeal delays $834m Brazil waterworks PPP

A $834m tender process started by São Paulo water utility Sabesp to concession its Água São Lourenço water supply system has been postponed due to an appeal. Read more...

7 May 2013 - Colorado eyes future P3s

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is to consider more P3 deals in a bid to tackle its funding issues. Read more...

7 May 2013 - Shortlist, funding in place for Aberdeen bypass

The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project has shortlisted four bidders and agreed a funding package. Read more...

3 May 2013 - New hospital PPP for NSW

New South Wales in Australia is launching its first hospital PPP. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Indiana prepares highway RFQ

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and Indiana Finance Authority in the US will launch a request for qualifications (RFQ) for the Interstate 69 Section 5 project later this month. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Macquarie profits grow

Macquarie Group has posted an $873m net profit for the year to 30 March 30, 17% above the previous year, according to the firm’s latest results. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Virginia tunnel scheme in doubt

A court has thrown the future of the $2bn Midtown Tunnel project in Virginia, USA, into turmoil by rejecting the plans to toll the road. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Asian Bank looks to infrastructure

The Asian Development Bank has signed an agreement with Singapore’s trade development arm to stimulate future investment in infrastructure projects in the region. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Cayman Islands seeks consultants for port PPP

The Cayman Islands has launched a tender to find financial consultants to support its planned port PPP scheme. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Alberta launches new schools programme

The government of Alberta, Canada, has announced plans to deliver 30 new schools, to be funded through a mixture of traditional investment and P3s. Read more...

3 May 2013 - Indian government looks at airport PPPs

The Indian government has confirmed plans to invest billions into airports, potentially through PPPs. Read more...

2 May 2013 - Bournemouth LABV gets off ground

The local asset-backed vehicle (LABV) in Bournemouth has agreed the first deals to start redevelopment work in the town. Read more...

2 May 2013 - Sweett names new infra boss

Consultancy Sweett Group has appointed a new head of its infrastructure portfolio. Read more...

2 May 2013 - Winner on Aberdeen HQ site

A preferred bidder has been appointed to Aberdeen council’s innovative St Nicholas House redevelopment project. Read more...

2 May 2013 - Aussie state to boost infra spending

Victoria’s state government will contribute more funding towards PPPs and infrastructure. Read more...

2 May 2013 - US state accepts unsolicited bids

Pennsylvania’s P3 authority has revised its P3 law to speed up procurement of its transportation projects. Read more...

2 May 2013 - Maracana appoints bidder

A preferred bidder has been selected for the Maracana Stadium concession in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Read more...

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