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Higher returns and secondary opportunities keep infra investors committed to Asia-Pacific

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.

Global Summit: Investors bet on community engagement to counter rising populism threat

Panellists debated whether foreign investment in infrastructure posed credible security risks or whether governments were exaggerating the threats.
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Throwing a FiT: inside Taiwan’s offshore wind debacle

After an unexpected feed-in-tariff cut, investors and developers ponder whether they have overlooked political risks in a seemingly promising market.

Is Taiwan’s offshore opportunity gone with the wind?

An unexpected cut in government subsidies threw the island’s offshore wind market into disarray. Now, Taipei is trying to convince worried renewables investors to stay.

S&P warns of growing ‘external risks’ in South and Southeast Asia

With upcoming elections in several countries, political uncertainty is one of several factors that may lead to ‘some slowdown’ in the region this year, but the impact on the infrastructure sector is not expected to last.

Australia’s political uncertainty eats away at investor appetite

A survey of 33 global investors is a ‘canary in the mine shaft’ for investor confidence in the Australian infrastructure market.

Politics poses biggest risk to European credit

Potential crisis around trade, Brexit and Italy’s government could cause trouble for credit markets.

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