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09 Dec 2016

Bean counters to cost out cruise dock

The government has issued a request for proposal from financial experts to help it find a way to pay for the costly and controversial cruise berthing project in George Town Harbour. The Ministry of Tourism is looking for consultants to help create a financial formula and prepare the tender documents

09 Dec 2016

John Laing Infrastructure Fund Buys A55 Road PPP Project In North Wales

John Laing Infrastructure Fund Ltd on Friday said it has agreed to acquire the A55 Llandegai-to-Holyhead road public-private partnership project in north Wales. The A55, which runs from Holyhead across the northern part of Wales, is part of the Trans-European Transport Network, which ultimately connects the Republic of Ireland, the

09 Dec 2016

State looks to developers for PPP on future of Capital Plaza Tower

The Kentucky Division of Real Properties has issued a request to identify developers for the Capital Plaza Tower and its adjoining 8 acres. Last month, the Division of Real Properties issued a request for information seeking developers for a potential public-private partnership (P3) between a private business and the state.

08 Dec 2016

Green Signal to a motorway from Auckland to Whangarei

A motorway from Auckland to Whangarei has been flagged by Transport Minister Simon Bridges. Speaking at today’s sod turning to mark the start of the $709.5 million Puhoi to Warkworth motorway, Bridges said over time the motorway would extend to Whangarei, a distance of 162km. Prime Minister John Key and

07 Dec 2016

Pro-Phalt launches PPP model for road maintenances

Under a programme dubbed PATCHGABS, the company will approach private companies that are willing to sponsor road repairs on behalf of government. “We decided to come up with this initiative as government is facing budgetary constraints. Pro-Phalt will take the lead and source sponsorship from private companies for the repair

03 Dec 2016

Facebook to finance $20M in local housing as Silicon Valley faces crisis

Facebook is putting up $20 million toward a community investment program designed to address the severe housing crunch in its own backyard, where the tech boom stoked by the latest generation of Internet superstars is making it difficult for many working class families to live. It is partnering with Envision

03 Dec 2016

“PPP model can boost manufacturing sector” says Ajay Shankar of DIPP

India should emulate Israel in tapping the strengths of its diaspora in building technological edge in several sunrise sectors, says Ajay Shankar of DIPP For India to increase the contribution of manufacturing sector in the economy, the country will have to seriously look at adoption of a robust public-private partnership

03 Dec 2016

Kansas program aims to launch more startups through PPP

A new Kansas program is tapping universities to incentivize residents to launch more startups through public-private partnerships. The Kansas Department of Commerce recently kicked off “JumpStart Kansas Entrepreneurs” in the hopes that it will spur economic growth in the Sunflower State via early-stage firms. “The program is designed to stimulate



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