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The city’s transport department estimates the former capital’s traffic infrastructure need at $122bn – more than seven times the city’s budget.
Mumbai-based diversified company Piramal Enterprises and Dutch pension fund asset manager APG have committed $750m to the platform.
The government is seeking international bidders to cooperate with domestic firms to build and operate a waste plant in Kuala Lumpur.
The private equity arm of the global bank has invested an additional $25m in an Indonesian power plant developer/operator, while helping it refinance $270m of debt.
Asia’s banks remain highly liquid and focused on home markets, making them fierce competitors for others looking to enter the region’s infrastructure debt markets.
While the biggest opportunity in Asian emerging markets remains greenfield developments, investors are more attracted to the risk-return profile of operating assets.
The $10bn government-backed fund and the $57bn Korean sovereign wealth fund hope to stimulate cross-border investment and trade between the two countries.
A domestic investor has bought Brisbane’s Clem7 Tunnel out of receivership, just after Sydney’s Cross City Tunnel went into voluntary administration.
With the backing of other APEC countries, the two nations are looking to form a regional infrastructure financing market. 
Governments across Europe are still struggling with the cost of renewables, with Germany the latest country to emit worrying signals.

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