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Pinsent Masons says on one hand, yuan devaluation might make the Chinese market attractive to foreign investors, but on the other, make Chinese capital flee out of the country.
The Sydney-based manager has completed the acquisition of the North Queensland Gas Pipeline, the 16th asset it has bought in the last five years.
The Sydney-based fund managers will take over the 50-year lease of Port Hedland International Airport for $205m.
Denham’s power team has returned to Southeast Asia by backing Nexif Energy, a new power investment platform, with a commitment of $200m.
Jin Liqun, who formerly served at ADB, the World Bank and CIC, has been chosen as the Beijing-led infrastructure bank's president-designate.
The UK-based provider of organic waste solutions has secured $150m in refinancing to reduce its capital costs and finish two new waste-to-energy plants.
Fitch has identified infrastructure projects in the Greater Mekong region as having potential for Thai investors.
The energy-focused private equity firm has extended its reach into the UK North Sea by investing in an exploration and production company focused on the area.
Another top energy partner from Hogan Lovells is transferring to Orrick where she joins its growing practice.
The firms are interested in making a bid for two bundles covering five regional airport modernisation projects, which are now up for qualification.

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