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Armstrong and Dragon Capital in $39m Thai solar exit

The two southeast Asia-focused fund managers are selling their stakes in 30MW of operating solar plants in Thailand to a local zinc producer.

IDFC makes largest exit in $220m Indian renewables deal

The multi-asset manager secured a 3.2 times return multiple and a 19% IRR from the sale of its remaining stake Sembcorp Green Infra.

Vietnam to privatise PV Power by end of the year

The state-owned company is seeking to raise up to $700m from the stake sale.

Japanese consortium buys Vietnamese telecoms firm

The largest in-building mobile telecoms firm in the country was the last asset in VinaCapital’s London-listed Vietnam Infrastructure fund.

Cheung Kong firms to buy Ista from CVC for €4.5bn

The HK-based investors see the German company as an opportunity to gain a foothold in the European sub-metering market. But the deal comes at a time of increased government scrutiny on foreign acquisitions of critical infra. 

Brussels-listed fund buys stake in Belgium’s A11

TINC is set to acquire nearly a quarter of the highway PPP six months after raising €77m via a capital increase.

India’s first infra trust 8.5 times oversubscribed

The government of Singapore and the city state’s monetary authority acted as one of the trust’s largest anchor investors.

Goldwind to buy largest Aussie wind farm for $82m

The Chinese developer will inject about $250m to help build the 527.5MW facility, which is set to become the largest wind farm in the Southern hemisphere.

India’s first infra trust ready to start engine

The IRB Infrastructure-sponsored trust, backed by road assets, will seek to raise as much as $780m to repay debt.

Equis hints at potential sale of 4.7GW portfolio

The Singapore-based renewables firm has hired banks to conduct a ‘strategic review’ of the pool of 102 assets in a bid to garner additional resources for growth.

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