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22 June 2015 - New prison PPP for NSW

The New South Wales government has announced that a new prison is to be built in the Australian state through a PPP Read more...

22 June 2015 - Winner for Danish school PPP

The Municipality of Odder has selected a team to deliver an education facility under a PPP concession Read more...

22 June 2015 - John Laing sees strong PPP opportunities

Developer John Laing has suggested that there remain good opportunities in the PPP and renewable energy markets as it published its pre-close update. Read more...

22 June 2015 - Wates unveils brand refresh

Contractor Wates has unveiled a new logo as it develops its brand. Read more...

22 June 2015 - Bangladesh issues housing PPP

The Government of Bangladesh has issued a request for qualification (RFQ) for a private partner to construct a township in Dhaka under a PPP model. Read more...

22 June 2015 - PPPs give Kuwait economy boost

PPPs have proven a boost to the Kuwait economy, according to Fitch ratings, which has awarded the country a double-A rating. Read more...

22 June 2015 - Kenyatta University signs PPP deal

Kenyatta University in Kenya has agreed a deal to build new student accommodation through PPP. Read more...

22 June 2015 - Euro rules force Antwerp road change

Changes to the European accounting rules brought in under ESR10 have forced Flemish authorities to alter how a €3.2bn project, previously awarded as a PPP, will be procured. Read more...

22 June 2015 - Slovak road PPP shortlist revealed

The Slovakian government has disclosed a list of the four teams shortlisted for the D4/R7 Expressway PPP Read more...

22 June 2015 - Bulgaria, Russia plan infra cooperation

The Bulgarian and Russian governments are mooting the possibility of a new cooperation group that will involve construction and infrastructure projects. Read more...

19 June 2015 - Firms join to tackle council housing

Three firms, including a pension fund, have joined forces to help increase housebuilding among local authorities. Read more...

19 June 2015 - Highways England appoints chief

Highways England has appointed a former managing director of the airports division at Heathrow Airport Holdings as its new chief executive. Read more...

19 June 2015 - Wales seeks road NPD advisers

The Welsh government has issued a tender notice seeking technical advisers to support its delivery of a section of the A465 Heads of the Valleys road through the non-profit distributing (NPD) model. Read more...

19 June 2015 - Asia ‘offering PPP promise’

Governments in Asia are now taking serious action to unclog the PPP pipeline that has been hindering many of the countries, according to James Stewart, Global Chairman of KPMG. Read more...

19 June 2015 - Greek troubles raise PPP anxieties

The ongoing problems in the Greek economy, and the now imminent threat of the country leaving the euro, is damaging the country’s ability to develop its planned PPP pipeline, industry sources have warned. Read more...

18 June 2015 - First close for PIP solar fund

The Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) has achieved the first close of its solar fund, raising £131m of commitments from four UK pension schemes. Read more...

18 June 2015 - Former Wates chief takes CBI presidency

Paul Drechsler, the former chief executive of Wates Group, has been appointed president-designate of business lobby group the CBI. Read more...

18 June 2015 - New committee chairs unveiled

Speaker has announced new chairs of Commons select committees, including powerful public accounts and departmental committees such as education and health Read more...

18 June 2015 - EIB to fund new Greek waste project

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide funds for a new waste facility to be built in Greece. Read more...

18 June 2015 - Bond deal for East West Link banks

The Victoria government has negotiated a $3.1bn bond agreement, available for the Melbourne Metro Rail Project, with members of the East West Connect consortium (EWC) banking group. 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 Mott MacDonald 313.7 mill
2 MAMG 274 mill
3 WSP 165 mill
4 Gleeds Company 100 mill
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