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10 February 2016 - Romania prepares pilot PPP

The Romanian government is planning a pilot project for a hospital PPP project. Read more...

10 February 2016 - US firm wins Georgia port PPP

The government of Georgia has selected a preferred bidder for the $2.5bn Anaklia Deep Sea Port PPP. Read more...

10 February 2016 - Ferrovial extends Broadspectrum offer

Spanish developer Ferrovial has set a new deadline for its 100% capital offer of Australian services firm Broadspectrum. Read more...

9 February 2016 - Hochtief to acquire German toll road PPP

Contractor Hochtief is to acquire a further 50% of a road project in northern Germany to take full control of the PPP Read more...

9 February 2016 - Swiss city plans transport PPP

Geneva government planning Lake Geneva motorway crossing; project to be pushed forward in referendum Read more...

8 February 2016 - Italian city issues waste concession

Public authority Valle Umbra Servizi is seeking a private partner to build and run a waste treatment plant in one of the Italian cities that it serves. Read more...

5 February 2016 - Vinci grows concessions business

Construction giant Vinci saw its concessions unit’s pre-tax earnings rise by 5.5% in 2015, as wins on a number of PPP deals helped grow the business. Read more...

5 February 2016 - Vilnius to host PPP forum

Potential investors have been invited to the second public consultation on the Vilnius Multifunctional Hub PPP. Read more...

4 February 2016 - PPPs urged for Spanish health

A Spanish organization to promote the health sector has called on the government to invest in PPPs to speed up the country’s health services. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Luxembourg seeks PPP advisor

Luxembourg’s Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure is seeking a technical adviser for a high school PPP. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Winner for Berlin PPP

A preferred bidder has been chosen for a government building PPP contract in the capital. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Polish city launches sports PPP

A city in Poland is seeking a private partner to upgrade and build a sports facility. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Winner for Russian hospital

The City of St Petersburg has signed a PPP contract with a private partner to design, build, finance and maintain a hospital. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Sacyr prepares redundancy plan

The construction division of Spanish developer Sacyr is facing a redundancy plan due to a fall in public and private projects. Read more...

4 February 2016 - Infra priority as Irish election called

As general election called, survey finds 78% of business leaders want next government to improve infrastructure Read more...

3 February 2016 - HICL plans French motorway stake

Infrastructure investor HICL is to acquire a share in a motorway project in France. Read more...

3 February 2016 - Concerns raised over EFSI

Europe’s insurance industry warns over use of European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) for bankable PPPs; EIB approves €8bn for projects Read more...

3 February 2016 - French geothermal concession tendered

A Paris suburb is seeking a private partner to provide a geothermal heating network through a concession. Read more...

3 February 2016 - German health PPP awarded

A health research institute has chosen a private partner to construct, finance and operate a building a university in Germany. Read more...

2 February 2016 - Eurostat reveals PPP liabilities

European Union statistical office Eurostat has published a list of member states’ contingent liabilities, revealing the level of liabilities related to off-balance sheet PPPs as a proportion of GDP. Read more...

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Hospital pass

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Thinking Big

Kenya has unveiled some bold proposals for new infrastructure investment. PPP Unit head Stanley Kamau tells Amanda Nicholls how they will be implemented

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