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27 April 2015 - Five remain for Kazakh road PPP

The Government of Kazakhstan has shortlisted five teams for the Almaty Ring Road PPP. Read more...

27 April 2015 - Polish solar PPP extended

Przasnysz County government has extended the deadline for bids for a solar PPP concession Read more...

24 April 2015 - Ballast postpones results amid financing talks

Dutch contractor Ballast Nedam has delayed the publication of its 2014 annual results as talks continue over the company’s financing arrangements. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Germany seeks new investment options

A government-convened panel focused on increasing infrastructure investment in Germany has published its report, highlighting new ways in which the private sector could be enticed into the market. Read more...

24 April 2015 - Slovakia mulls prison PPP

The Slovakia government is considering using PPP to address overcrowding in the country's prisons. Read more...

23 April 2015 - Czech govt prepares 2 PPPs

The Czech Republic Transport Ministry is undertaking business case studies into two potential expressway PPPs. Read more...

22 April 2015 - German police station PPP tendered

The State of Hesse is seeking a private partner to develop and operate a police station on a PPP basis. Read more...

22 April 2015 - EIB stimulus backs Irish health PPPs

14 Irish healthcare centres, Croatian airport expansion and industrial innovation in Italy among first beneficiaries of new fund Read more...

22 April 2015 - Bids due for Croatia school PPP

Bids for a Croatian school PPP are due next week – as preferred bidders for two hospital PPPs are expected in the fourth quarter of 2015. Read more...

21 April 2015 - EIB opens new DC office

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has opened a permanent office in Washington, DC, its first permanent presence in North America. Read more...

21 April 2015 - Norway approves PPP plans

The Norwegian parliament has approved the government’s plans for a new state road development company to manage the procurement of PPPs . Read more...

20 April 2015 - Call for new Ukraine PPP advisory

The creation of a PPP advisory and council is "vital" if Ukraine is to create a favourable environment for attracting private finance and developing PPPs. Read more...

20 April 2015 - Belarus plans kindergarten projects

Belarus has been preparing a number of school projects that could be bundled together for private investors. Read more...

17 April 2015 - Red tape ‘harming Ukrainian PPP investment’

Ukraine currently has “no chance” of attracting PPP investment unless the government mindset is changed, according to a former minister. Read more...

16 April 2015 - Four in for Spanish hospital

Four bids submitted for the Alcaniz Hospital PPP are under consideration by the Aragon government, with a winner expected to be selected in May. Read more...

16 April 2015 - UNECE’s PPP rules progressing

The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is hopeful that member states will begin adopting its standards on PPP in the second half of this year. Read more...

15 April 2015 - Seven in for Bratislava Hospital

Seven teams have responded to the tender for the Bratislava University Hospital PPP in Slovakia. Read more...

15 April 2015 - Romanian road PPP tendered

A city in Romania is seeking a private partner to deliver a 53km road network under a new European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) PPP programme for south-east Europe. Read more...

15 April 2015 - Nine in for Kazakh road PPP

The Government of Kazakhstan has received bids from nine teams from across Asia and Europe for the Almaty Ring Road PPP Read more...

14 April 2015 - Dutch minister seeks major water collaboration

Dutch infrastructure minister Melanie Schultz van Haegen has called on global institutions to do more to encourage private investment in water projects. Read more...

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Softly spoken

For all the high-viz jackets and hard hats, the parties’ manifestos are short on any new infrastructure plans

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The long road

There is a huge need for Afghan PPPs, explains Alessandro Abati, PPP Expert at the Afghan Ministry of Finance

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