BNDES approves $134m for Brazil airport

Brazilian development bank BNDES has approved a $134.5 million loan to BH Airport, the concessionaire operating Confins International Airport in the country's Minas Gerais state

Corporate PPAs present new challenges to lenders

Ituango hydro: hopes for sunrise over flooded lands

Brazil rushes Eletrobras subsidiaries auction

NextEra and AT&T sign 300MW wind PPA

Argentina awards six toll roads in first PPP round

Asia green bonds: looking ahead

Macquarie issues green loan

AES and Grupo Bal close first Mexico delayed draw facility

Equity sought for first US floating offshore wind farm

Estonia sells 33% of Port of Tallinn in IPO

JLEN raises dividend target


Mexico country report

During the last two decades, Mexico has enjoyed macroeconomic stability, a growing and strong peso-debt market, an open and competitive market for developers and construction companies and three governments with clear infrastructure commitments and professional teams to develop toll roads, railroads, airports and ports

Q1 2016 league table analysis

Q1 2016 is the first quarter for which IJGlobal is publishing infrastructure finance tables...

Global PPP Market Review

Global economic conditions have improved, and global infrastructure investment rose, in 2013. But at the same time PPP investment declined, particularly for new-build projects with high construction costs. As a result, the global PPP market is now in its third year of decline, and the number of project financings to close in the market continues to fall.

Mexican Energy and Infrastructure Report

Mexican energy and infrastructure investment is picking up again. Oil and gas is taking over from transport as the country’s most promising sector. By Manjot Gobindpuri.

IJGlobal Infrastructure Outlook - Market Views

IJGlobal’s inaugural infrastructure market outlook report, with views and insights from the industry leaders across the globe

Turkey Infrastructure Market Analysis 2013

Turkey has a history of stable economic growth and political stability and is an active infrastructure finance market. Against the background of low global interest rates, reduced public spending, and volatile stock markets, Turkey pushed forward with infrastructure programmes in energy, transport and other sectors supported by targeted political focus that helped boost investments.

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