24 Apr 2015

AMP has a good deal of Royal North Shore PPP Hospital from RBS

  AMP Capital has declared the news of buying 100 per cent interest in Sydney’s Royal North Shore Hospital Public Private Partnership (PPP) project from Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).   According to The Australian’s sources the value assumed to be up to $1 billion though the value of the

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24 Apr 2015

Vietnam seeks PPP co-operation from Japan bank

  Minister of Planning and Investment of Viet Nam, Bui Quang Vinh at the first high-level meeting on starting a dialogue framework for speed up PPP projects between the ministry and Japan Bank for International Co-operation (JBIC), said that Japan bank along with other financial institutions could support the execution

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24 Apr 2015

Tanzania to set up a PPP Centre

Establishment of a central PPP unit by Tanzanian government is under final decision to coordinate the country’s infrastructure projects. Adolf Mkenda, Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, told delegates at an event in Dar es Salaam that a PPP Centre supports both the public and private sectors as

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23 Apr 2015

Nepal following PPP mode in highway project

  The Nepalese Government is now moving headway with its plans for the Kathmandu-Tarai Fast Track highway project with PPP mode.   The Indian firm Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) has been awarded the contract to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) for the project.   The Nepalese Government

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23 Apr 2015

World Bank preparing PPP guide

  World Bank is developing a new best practice guide for PPPs. A new qualification scheme that will help to increase the standards for the industry is also to be introduced.   The World Bank Group came to collaboration with examination institute APMG International to work on the project, which

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23 Apr 2015

PPP pronouncement to attract investment in Viet Nam

  The Tendering Management Department under the Ministry of Planning and Investment introduced a decree, governing private-public-partnership (PPP) projects in Viet Nam, at a meeting in Ha Noi.   The Director of the Department, Le Van Tang, said Viet Nam needs more capital to build and develop local infrastructure, PPP

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23 Apr 2015

Australia to promote public-private partnerships

  Australia looks forward to have stronger bonding with the private sector in the delivery of foreign aid.   A government inquiry completes its final public hearing which deals over the significance of the private sector in promoting economic growth and decreasing poverty in the Indo-Pacific region.   The inquiry got

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23 Apr 2015

EIB supports Irish health PPPs

  The European Investment Bank (EIB) has sanctioned a loan to Ireland’s primary care centre PPP programme as one of the leading schemes to profit from its European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI). Irish health minister Leo Varadkar said “This is the EIB’s first ever investment in healthcare facilities in

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22 Apr 2015

Tenders out for PPP projects in Indonesia

  The government of Indonesia to invite tenders for four PPP projects costs $3bn in 2015.       The projects rolled out by the Indonesian government are the Balikpapan-Samarinda toll road, the Manado-Bitung toll road, a drinking water supply project in Semarang, and the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Railway which

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22 Apr 2015

CAG’s warning for undue approval to PPP medical college

  The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has criticized the Left Front government in Tripura for providing gratuitous favour to a Kerala- based private organisation in setting up a medical college in Agartala.   With an annual intake capacity of 100 seats and a general hospital with 1,000 beds, the medical college

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