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Countries such as India, China, Japan and South Korea are aiming to attract private capital to the midstream and downstream space. But, challenges remain in some markets.
Japanese company will pay $80 million for the remaining 51 percent it did not already own in a portfolio of seven wind power plants in India.
Under the initial agreement, the fund and PSP-owned highway operator Roadis will invest in new opportunities on a 50:50 basis.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is perceived as a reformer that helped lure foreign capital into India's infrastructure sector, but experts believe the market will remain attractive even if the incumbent PM suffers an electoral defeat.
UK-based manager could make its first move outside British Isles after expanding into bioenergy this year.
However, political risk, regulatory instability and lack of support for PPP projects are among the main concerns for those investing in region’s emerging markets.
Firm shows continued bullishness towards India market by acquiring loss-making asset that connects gas reserves off east coast with urban centres in west.
The infrastructure conglomerate emerged as the winner of a 50-year concession for six airports located in state capitals and densely-populated areas in the country.
Both companies and UK development finance institution CDC will jointly invest $330 million in Ayana Renewable Power.
The government believes worsening borrowing conditions and lower traffic on the roads offered failed to attract investor interest.
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