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The parties battling for Itinere should keep in mind who they represent

A tussle for the Spanish toll road operator could lead to a bitter public rift between compatriot Dutch and Canadian pension pots.

Chicago Parking Meters’ decade of discontent

For users and city officials, the 75-year concession is what ‘egregious private-sector capital’ looks like.

Why IFM is not the only loser in WestConnex bid

The Australian competition watchdog’s decision not to block Transurban’s offer cements the listed toll road operator’s position as the dominant player in the NSW market.

Representative Shuster, don’t stop there

A draft infrastructure bill recently introduced by the chair of the House Transportation Committee does a good job addressing what needs to be fixed and how. But it does not yet establish the framework the public and private sectors need.

Italy’s tragedy could become a litmus test for how populists deal with the private...

With the blame game in full swing, the country’s new government has not hesitated to politicise the Morandi Bridge collapse.

Are air conditioners infrastructure?

The line between opportunistic investments, legitimate expansion of the asset class’s boundaries and strategy drift is a fine one to tread.

Why LPs don’t stress when GPs mess with the pref

The hurdle rate is facing downward pressure; investors might just let it slide.

National security fears and intervention thresholds: a 21st century powder keg

Watching the German government tie itself in knots to prevent China State Grid buying into 50Hertz drove home how inadequate its laws are.

Why LPs will start calling the shots on subscription lines

The question is 'when' not 'if' at this stage, with Cambridge Associates' Andrea Auerbach pointing out GPs have been flocking to these facilities 'in droves, like a Black Friday shopping mob'.

Spanish tariff victories are important, but ultimately Pyrrhic

Antin is the latest foreign investor to win compensation for the country’s retroactive renewable subsidy cuts – however, the sums are minor compared with the savings netted.

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