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Vietnam ‘frustrates’ investors with PPP law stumbles

The country, one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia, is facing an infrastructure bottleneck with no new PPP projects signed since 2011.

Campbell Lutyens boosts Asia presence with Singapore office

The firm sees a growing opportunity set in infrastructure across both primary fundraising and secondary transactions.

India sets 30GW offshore wind target by 2030

The world’s fourth largest wind market is looking to have 5GW of offshore wind installed in the next five years, on top of its 60GW onshore target by 2022.

Will global investors profit from One Belt, One Road?

Right now, the 'One Belt One Road' initiative is mostly benefitting Chinese investors. Whether it will seed a bigger boom, capable of attracting a substantial amount of non-Chinese private capital is an open question. Nia Tam investigates.

MIRA’s Philippines infra fund yields double-digit returns

While the infrastructure fund manager has ruled out a second PINAI fund, it is exploring other opportunities in the country in separate discussions with the fund’s LPs.

Thinking about North Korean infra? Here’s five things you should know

With the possibility of denuclearisation and the lifting of sanctions on the Korean peninsula, could the world’s most isolated country become the next emerging market for infrastructure?

Asia braced for $600bn green energy investment, Macquarie Capital says

Hajir Naghdy, chairman of Macquarie Capital Asia, tells Infrastructure Investor how his firm is tapping into the region’s renewables space, especially the offshore wind sector in North Asia.

Macquarie Capital clinches Taiwan’s first offshore wind PF close

The firm has a pipeline of over 2GW of Taiwanese offshore wind projects and is also active in other Asian offshore wind markets like Japan and Korea.

Singapore fosters infra hub status with new debt facility and benchmarks

The Lion City is stepping up efforts to ‘crowd-in’ private capital on Asian infrastructure projects with a debt distribution scheme and the creation of investment standards.

GIC, ADIA back Indian renewable developer’s $1bn acquisition

The two sovereign wealth funds are investing an additional $395.4m in Greenko as the Indian renewables developer acquires a smaller rival.

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