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21 July 2015 - Danish pension funds developing infra

Two of Denmark’s largest pension funds have joined forces to help promote private financing in infrastructure in developing countries. Read more...

20 July 2015 - Winner for Amsterdam lock PPP

Rijkswaterstaat has announced the preferred bidder for the Ijmuiden sea lock PPP in the Netherlands Read more...

20 July 2015 - Midland Met PF2 funding comp underway

The first stage of the funding competition for the Midland Metropolitan hospital PF2 project is underway, Partnerships Bulletin understands. Read more...

20 July 2015 - Polish waste PPP tendered

A city in southern Poland is seeking a private partner to finance, build and operate waste treatment plants under a PPP Read more...

20 July 2015 - Portugal to revise toll roads contracts

The Portuguese government is implementing changes to existing PPP contracts to reduce spending on road infrastructure Read more...

20 July 2015 - Belgian parking PPP tendered

A city in Flanders is procuring an underground car park as a PPP Read more...

20 July 2015 - New Vietnamese port PPP confirmed

The Vietnamese government has given the go ahead for a new port PPP project. Read more...

20 July 2015 - India considering medical colleges PPP

The Maharashtra government in central India is considering using PPP in order to get a number of new medical colleges off the ground. Read more...

20 July 2015 - FC for Israel solar plant

Spanish and Israeli team close $1bn in financing for the Ashalim thermoelectric solar plant. Read more...

17 July 2015 - Osborne pledges £6bn of guarantees

Chancellor George Osborne has announced plans to provide £6bn in guarantees to co-finance European Investment Bank (EIB) projects in the UK, including for infrastructure. Read more...

17 July 2015 - Govt scraps Chief Construction Adviser role

Peter Hansford’s tenure to end in November; functions will be continued by Construction Leadership Council with more industry clout but fewer members Read more...

17 July 2015 - Natixis appoints Middle East & Africa infra head

Natixis has appointed a new head of its global infrastructure and projects group for the Middle East, Turkey and Africa. Read more...

17 July 2015 - Crossrail 2 Growth Commission launched

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has unveiled a Growth Commission designed to ensure the proposed Crossrail 2 scheme realises its full economic potential. Read more...

17 July 2015 - EOI sought for African railway PPP

The Governments of Burundi, Rwanda, and Tanzania are jointly procuring the Dar Es Salaam Isaka Kigali/Keza Musongati (DIKKM) Railway Project as a PPP Read more...

17 July 2015 - India to develop 400 railway stations

The Indian government has confirmed plans to upgrade up to 400 railway stations under a new "Swiss Challenge" model. Read more...

17 July 2015 - Cape Verde launches port PPP

The Government of Cape Verde (Cabo Verde) has called for expressions of interest for the sub-concession of the main ports of the country. Read more...

16 July 2015 - Philippines approves IT scheme

A further PPP project has been approved by the board of the Philippines’ National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA). Read more...

16 July 2015 - Malta councils ‘should look to PPP’

Local councils should be looking at PPPs and tapping into EU funds as a way of funding new and maintaining old infrastructure, according to Malta’s justice minister. Read more...

16 July 2015 - Ukraine progresses defence PPP Act

Further work has been completed on a new bill to facilitate PPPs in the defence sector in Ukraine. Read more...

16 July 2015 - Vienna hospital PPP retendered

The City of Vienna has re-issued a tender for specialist medical buildings to be procured as a PPP. Read more...

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