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Australian monopolies debate should give investors pause

The country's competition watchdog has come out strongly against a decision to remove it as the Port of Newcastle’s regulator, sounding caution about monopoly assets having ‘unfettered market power’.

Predicting the next decade: Smooth departure 

The future of airports looks bright, automated and efficient. 
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Japanese PPPs slow to take off

Airport PPPs may have been a success but local authorities are still reluctant to transfer other types of assets to the private sector.

Are Australia’s infrastructure corporates ready for battle?

The country’s companies ‘are in reasonably good financial shape’, despite slowing economic conditions across the Asia-Pacific region, according to S&P Global Ratings’ Parvathy Iyer.
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A flying start for aircraft debt

Until now, aircraft debt has largely been overlooked by investors. Aymeric Angotti, head of aircraft private debt at Ostrum AM, looks at how the strategy is attracting institutions with long-term liabilities
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The road less travelled

Nicola Palmer and Michael Allen of Arcus Infrastructure Partners explain how decarbonisation, demographic shifts and technology are creating new opportunities for transport infrastructure.

What’s keeping interest in airports sky high?

Airports remain prized assets despite soaring values. We examine why that’s unlikely to change

Developers accept full revenue risk in Newark Airport PPP

The private companies that will develop a rental car facility at Newark Liberty International have foregone an availability payment for the risk and reward of full revenue control.
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France threatens to fall down the referendum rabbit hole

Resorting to a plebiscite to block the privatisation of airport operator ADP would not only be counterproductive, it would set a dangerous precedent whereby a minority in parliament could block legislation it didn’t like.
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JPMorgan AM: ‘core-plus transportation’ could rival traditional infra as an asset class

Asset manager estimates the subsector could require as much as $4.5trn in financing over the next 10 years as bank lenders exit the market.
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