In a trend running contrary to the project finance market, corporate infrastructure investment continued to decline over 2010. The latter half of last year once again recorded a marginal decrease from US$70.23 billion for the first half to US$67.05 billion during the second half of 2010. Overall, the global volume decreased by 11.23 per cent to US$137.28 billion in year-over-year terms. In total, 171 corporate infrastructure projects closed during 2010; a 19.7 per cent decline in number of transactions compared to 2009.
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