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The Lucky Bay shallow-water port, operational since mid-2020, could list in late 2023 following a capital raise to fund expansion and repay construction debt.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg ruled in favour of Port of Newcastle, partly owned by MIRA-managed The Infrastructure Fund, in a dispute over access with the NSW Minerals Council.
India
The country’s aviation sector will be the last to recover, but while the power segment has proved resilient, significant delays in receivables are worrying, S&P Global Ratings says.
The financial impact of coronavirus on infrastructure assets may yet prove to be much wider and deeper than during past stresses, Fitch Ratings' Seth Lehman says.
Transportation in china
S&P Global Ratings expects ‘substantial disruption’ to sector revenue in the first half of 2020 in mainland China and Hong Kong.
Travel restrictions and market volatility mean that neither a private sale or public listing are currently viable, but Brookfield intends to re-start the sale process at an undetermined date.
container terminal
Firms are showing that capitalising on bad trade news today could lead to valuable dividends in the future.
Monopoly ownership came under fire for perceived abuses of power, especially in Australia and the UK.
The Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal in Queensland is likely to be valued at significantly more than A$2bn, with public market investors particularly interested in backing a regulated, defensive asset, sources say.
Port of Newcastle’s private equity owners face challenges on two fronts as the ACCC appeals a decision over access charging and a port customer files a lawsuit over misuse of market power.
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