Drip feed for puny PF2 pipeline

The UK’s long awaited pipeline of PF2 projects may not be announced at once. Instead, new projects will be revealed individually - or in small bundles - as they come to market, according to a source close to government

Hanover launches kindergarten PPP tender

MENA cuts time to financial close

Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau road PPP bids in 2018

Nairobi-Mombasa expressway O&M PPP due

Ontario – light rail… heavy issues

India adopts mandatory PPP for new urban transport

Proposals sought for Ontario's Davenport rail DBF

Ontario launches Macdonald Block reconstruction RFQ

Brazil plots desalination plant PPP


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...

Country Report: Infrastructure and energy in the Philippi...

In addition to being home to Asia’s most well-developed and liberalised energy market, the Philippines is probably the first emerging economy in the region that has managed to marry a strong independent power producer (IPP) sector with a relatively successful PPP programme

Country Report: Canadian Infrastructure

For the first in a series of country reports, IJGlobal takes a closer look at Canada's established and investor-friendly infrastructure market

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.

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