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15 October 2014 - Tonga and Bhutan ramp up PPP plans

The governments of Tonga and Bhutan are developing PPP laws to develop a pipeline of new projects. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Philippines alters Laguna Dike schedule

The government of the Philippines has delayed the schedule for the procurement of the Laguna Lakeshore Expressway-Dike PPP. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Russia and China pledge high speed rail PPP

Russia and China have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of a new high-speed rail PPP. Read more...

15 October 2014 - Winner for Yorks PF2 schools

A preferred bidder has been chosen for the privately financed batch of Priority School Building Programme schools in Yorkshire. Read more...

14 October 2014 - Brighton regen scheme tendered

Brighton and Hove City Council is seeking a private partner for the sports facility and housing scheme being planned for the King Alfred Leisure Centre site. Read more...

14 October 2014 - Squires adds former Nabarro team

Squire Patton Boggs has announced the arrival of three former Nabarro lawyers to its infrastructure team. Read more...

14 October 2014 - DLA Piper and Macquarie announce appointments

Law firm and financial services group hire infra specialists for London offices. Read more...

14 October 2014 - Mitsubishi Corp to invest in PPPs

CEO of Japanese conglomerate announces interest in financing and facilitating PPPs in Australia. Read more...

14 October 2014 - Irish Budget backs PPPs

Irish government champions the use of PPPs to deliver social infrastructure as the end of austerity is declared in Budget Read more...

13 October 2014 - Barking regen plans approved

The London Borough of Barking & Dagenham has given the go-ahead to plans for a major redevelopment scheme in east London. Read more...

13 October 2014 - India launches airport PPP

The government of Goa in India has issued a request for qualifications for a new airport PPP. Read more...

13 October 2014 - Two in for Canberra court PPP

Two teams have been shortlisted for the new Supreme Court building PPP in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Read more...

13 October 2014 - Vietnam confirms airport plans

The Vietnamese Ministry of Transportation (MoT) has issued further information on the development of the Long Thanh Airport project. Read more...

10 October 2014 - World Bank launches infra PPP tool

The World Bank has announced its new Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) to develop a host of new worldwide PPP deals. Read more...

10 October 2014 - World Bank launches infra PPP tool

The World Bank has announced its new Global Infrastructure Facility (GIF) to develop a host of new worldwide PPP deals. Read more...

10 October 2014 - Melbourne tollway extension signs

The Victorian government in Australia has announced commercial close on its CityLink Tulla Widening project. Read more...

10 October 2014 - Romania preparing biomass PPP

The government of Romania is seeking a consultant to develop a new energy PPP in Ramnicu Valcea county. Read more...

10 October 2014 - Zimbabwe seeking $5bn for road PPPs

The government of Zimbabwe is looking to raise $5bn through new PPP deals to develop the country’s crumbling road network, with plans for a new legislation already underway. Read more...

10 October 2014 - Two Scots college schemes revealed

Two new Scottish college schemes have been named following yesterday’s government budget statement. Read more...

9 October 2014 - Preferred bidder due for Wales waste PPP

The city of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan councils are set to name a preferred bidder to develop waste treatment facilities in the Welsh capital. 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

League Tables

Rank Name Total
1 PwC 3232 mill
2 Grant Thornton 1165 mill
3 RBC Capital Markets 840 mill
4 Deloitte 819 mill
5 Jones Lang LaSalle 800 mill