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News 1218 results
- 2018-09-19 Meridiam launches Jordan bureau Meridiam has set up a new office in Jordan.
- 2018-09-19 Bids under appraisal for Nigerian port PPP The Nigerian government has opened bids for a multi-billion-dollar port PPP.
- 2018-09-19 Squires hires K&S project finance expert Squire Patton Boggs has appointed a former King & Spalding partner as its head of project development for the MENA region.
- 2018-09-17 Sullivan & Worcester hires Clyde lawyer Law firm Sullivan & Worcester has brought in a former Clyde & Co legal director to its London project finance team.
- 2018-09-14 Tunisia forum to detail 33 PPPs The Tunisian government is to unveil details of 33 PPPs spanning a wide range of sectors at a major conference next week.
Features 34 results
- 2018-09-17 The wrong kind of growth? This year’s Financing African Infrastructure conference emphasises that more needs to be done to turn opportunity into reality across the continent. Paul Jarvis reports
- 2017-12-01 Keeping it Local Africa’s massive infrastructure gap is well-known. Tom Minney looks at how it might be bridged using local funds and institutional investment
- 2017-09-01 Unstructured Turning rhetoric into reality remains the hardest thing for many African authorities, but getting the private sector to do it for them is also strewn with challenges, reports Paul Jarvis
- 2017-04-01 Background Vision Saudi Arabia has made some bold claims about its future. But nearly a year into its Vision 2030 plan, Paul Jarvis asks whether it can live up to expectations
- 2016-12-01 Auto Pilot Countries across Africa are starting to bring forward PPP pilot projects, backed by substantial infrastructure plans. But have they learnt the lessons of previous stalled ambitions, asks Paul Jarvis
Comment 16 results
- 2017-12-01 Power Play The drive for energy deals in Africa is widely recognised, says Peech Oggero, power & energy associate director (Europe, Middle East, India & Africa), Aecom
- 2017-12-01 Uncharted Opportunities Christopher Healy, Counsel, Hogan Lovells on why Australia and Africa are becoming PPP bedfellows
- 2017-09-01 Rich Opportunity Andrew Mackenzie, Counsel, and Ilham Kabbouri, Paralegal, Hogan Lovells
- 2017-09-01 Continental Drift Alexander Boadi, founder and director, Let’s Move Africa
- 2017-04-01 Looking Closer at Risk Cagdas Cataltas, associate director for Western Europe, and Andrew Freeman, analyst for Middle East and North Africa, Control Risks
People 10 results
- 2018-07-02 Making Progress Mark Richards is heading up the infrastructure practice for the EMEA region following the merger between law firms Bryan Cave and Berwin Leighton Paisner. He talks to Paul Jarvis about the opportunities in the market
- 2017-06-01 Raising Africa Africa50 chief executive Alain Ebobissé tells Paul Jarvis about the organisation’s role in supporting the nascent PPP market across the continent
- 2016-12-01 Marvellous Things James Aiello’s career has taken him from practising law in California, to planning PPPs in South Africa. The South African Treasury’s top PPP official tells Paul Jarvis how he got there, and what he has planned for the country
- 2016-12-01 Lingua Franca PPPs are beginning to break out of their French colonial past in Francophone Africa. Jean-Jacques Lecat, co-head of law firm CMS’s African team, tells Marina Formoso why it is exciting times for the region
- 2015-12-07 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
Editorial blog 4 results
- 2013-07-15 Arab summer Revolution 2.0 has hit Egypt, and Aaron Weinman ponders whether political instability will hinder the progress it’s made in infrastructure projects over the last 18 months.
- 2013-04-15 A game of patience Qatar’s infrastructure is already preparing for the FIFA 2022 World Cup creating potential for PPPs. But is the oil-rich state ready for such a transparent partnership, Aaron Weinman asks
- 2012-09-24 Hotting up? Financial close on the $5.4bn Al Zour power project may be holding up Kuwait's PPP market, but it's still an attractive prospect given the dampened global outlook
- 2011-05-18 Line in the sand The cancellation of the Mafraq highway in Abu Dhabi reveals a turning point for PPPs in the Middle East
Projects 947 results
- 2018-09-20 E10/Rv. 85 Tjeldsund - Gullesfjordbotn - Langvassbukt The project will link Tjeldsund, Gullesfjordbotn and Langvassbukt. A market engagement session will take place on 18 October 2018.
- 2018-09-19 Utah Snow College student housing P3 A partner will design, build, finance and maintain a new student housing facility at the Richfield campus. To be managed in cooperation with the State of Utah’s Department of Facility and Construction Management, the project will cater to the...
- 2018-09-19 Liege tram system PPP A partner will design, build, finance, supply and maintain a tram system in Liege. The project consists of electrified network infrastructure between Sclessin and Coronmeuse, supply rolling stock and develop 240,000sq m of urban spaces in proximity...
- 2018-09-18 Fellbach affordable housing A partner will design, build and finance a mix of affordable housing near the town centre. The partner will deliver barrier-free, family-friendly apartments as well as housing for older generations, to be let by the private partner. Spanning an area...
- 2018-09-17 Potsdam primary school PPP A partner will design, build and finance a school for approximately 540 students, along with a two-field sports hall and outdoor sports facilities. The project, to be delivered on an area of at least 4,000sq m, is expected to be operational for the...