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27 Jun 2017

China Everbirght Secures Two Waste to Energy Projects in China

China Everbright International has signed agreements for the Huidong Waste-to-energy Project Phase II in Guangdong Province and the Baoying Waste-to-energy Project in Jiangsu Province, China Hong Kong based waste to energy firm, China Everbright International Limited (HKSE: 00257) has signed agreements for the Huidong Waste-to-energy Project Phase II in Guangdong

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27 Jun 2017

ADB partnering Cambodia utility for 100MW solar park programme

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is collaborating with Cambodian state-run energy utility Electricite Du Cambodge (EDC) to set up a 100MW national solar park programme. The two parties signed a transaction advisory agreement yesterday, and Keo Rottanak, RGC Delegate in Charge of Managing EDC. Ryuichi Kaga, head of ADB’s Office

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27 Jun 2017

Rs 6,000 crore needed to buy land for Jewar airport

The Jewar international airport project, which recently received the aviation ministry’s approval, has many more hurdles to clear before it becomes a reality. According to sources, to kick off Phase I, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) needs to buy land in as many as nine villages and would

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26 Jun 2017

PPP Model In Healthcare Will Help Deliver Efficient Services

Talking about potential of PPP model in the health sector, NATHEALTH president, Dr Arvind Lal said, “for higher spending in the healthcare sector, PPP projects need to be scaled up and implemented across the country and the government needs to encourage successful projects.” Maharashtra Health Minister Deepak Sawant has said

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26 Jun 2017

India clears plan for second airport for Delhi costing $3.10 billion

India will build a second international airport near its capital city in the next four to five years, costing an estimated 200 billion rupees ($3.10 billion), the government announced on Saturday, to meet the explosive growth in passenger traffic. The Noida International Airport near New Delhi will be built from

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26 Jun 2017

FDI in Hanoi lifts city to new highs

With its great economic and geographic potential, Hanoi has increasingly become more critical to the investment strategy of foreign investors, many of whom are planning large-scale operations in the city. Shigenobu Nagamori, chairman and CEO of Japan’s industrial group Nidec, recently announced that his firm is planning to build factories

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23 Jun 2017

B15bn light rail tipped for Korat city

A 15-billion-baht light rail network is likely to be developed to accommodate commuters in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Muang district. Construction is due to start in 2020, with operations potentially commencing by 2023. The Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning (OTP) has hired Suranaree University of Technology to conduct a

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23 Jun 2017

Asia faces challenges attracting infrastructure investment

Asia just doesn’t seem to have enough money to pay its infrastructure bills. And as demand for infrastructure development soars, governments are looking to the private sector for funding, but are having a tough time finding takers. Infrastructure investment in Asia from 2016 through 2030 is estimated to be about

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22 Jun 2017

China ‘straddling bus’ project gets terminated

A public–private partnership (PPP) project in China to build a futuristic “straddling bus”, a vehicle that would cruise over the top of cars and help resolve urban traffic woes, has officially been scrapped. The Transit Elevated Bus (TEB), which was touted as a revolution in public ground transportation when it

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21 Jun 2017

Govt asks private clinics to submit list of AIDS patients they are treating

National Aids Control Organization (NACO) has written to all states and Union territories to direct private clinics and hospitals to compile and submit a list of HIV/AIDS cases they are treating Private clinics and hospitals will now have to notify the government about HIV/AIDS patients getting treatment at their facilities.

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