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University of Wollongong exercises right to buy back accommodation units early, resulting in its withdrawal from the process and prompting asset manager to reconsider the portfolio sale.
After years of delays and recent months of legal wrangling, the private consortium selected to develop the $5.6bn light-rail project is walking away.
Busan toll
The acquisition of the 15.3km toll road includes a minimum guarantee cash yield for MIRA’s listed fund for the remaining 27-year concession term.
As the US enters recession, Amber Infrastructure Group’s Tom O’Shaughnessy believes pre-development agreements are part of the answer to realising the country’s $1trn infra promise.
Maryland’s Purple Line light-rail disaster offers a chilling reminder of the risks public stakeholders can pose to procurement.
As the South American country battles covid-19, investment officials make the case that long-term infrastructure investments will outlast the short-term impact of the pandemic.
Boris Johnson’s extraordinary ‘I am not a communist’ moment will have dashed the hopes of an expectant private sector.
Opposition from within the governing coalition has led to the project being placed on the backburner until after the general election in September.
The $10.8bn project will confirm details by July, although some current policies may slow down private investment in the country’s renewables PPP projects.
The country's successful response to covid-19 might offer it a competitive edge over the UK and US once life normalises.
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