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16 Apr 2018

A public-private partnership shapes the fate of two communities differently

On any given day, cars zip on and off Interstate 4, the regional highway that carries an estimated 20 million commuters and tourists in and out of Orlando. For many drivers, the interstate on- and off- ramps at Lee Road, in particular, are the way into Winter Park, a bedroom

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11 Apr 2018

Govt signs $4bn Hoima oil refinery agreement

The government of Uganda yesterday signed the contract for the construction of the $4 billion oil refinery, offering further clarity on how the country’s oil resources will be exploited, writes JEFF MBANGA.  Minister of Energy and Mineral Development Irene Muloni signed the contract with the Albertine Graben Refinery Consortium, which

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11 Apr 2018

As state runs out of cash, private companies move in to build new Arctic infrastructure

 New Russian railway lines leading to the Arctic Ocean will heavily depend on private investments. The 707 km long Northern Latitudinal Passage will connect Russia’s Ural and West Siberian region with the Northern Sea Route and prepare the ground for additional big out-shipments through Arctic waters. It will link two

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11 Apr 2018

Private sector urged to support NEEEF

Vice-President Nangolo Mbumba has called on the private sector to support the government in the implementation of the New Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF) when it is ready. NEEEF’s objectives include ensuring the sharing of Namibian resources on an equitable and sustainable basis by the people of Namibia, creating a

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11 Apr 2018

Public-private partnership brings broadband to rural communities

Students are being given iPads instead of textbooks and more adults are starting to work from home making the internet a necessity for people to keep up with their busy lives. The internet also helps to keep family and friends that live miles apart connected, but our area and many

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10 Apr 2018

Billings City Council votes to spend $100K to study One Big Sky District

In a 6-5 vote that could well change the face of Billings forever, the Billings City Council voted Monday to authorize $100,000 as part of a $675,000 public-private partnership to move the One Big Sky District into a year-long planning development stage. The council’s vote also includes approval of a

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09 Apr 2018

LAX board approves $4.9bn APM contract in Los Angeles airport

The Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) has approved a $4.9bn contract to deliver an Automated People Mover (APM) system at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The contract was awarded to the LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) consortium which comprises Fluor, Balfour Beatty, ACS Infrastructure Development,

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09 Apr 2018

Crude oil transportation from Turkana to Mombasa to start May

Kenya plans to start transporting crude oil from Turkana to the Port of Mombasa next month for export. Petroleum Secretary John Munyes says the government has already addressed security and logistical challenges that marred the first attempt last July to start exports under the Early Oil Pilot Scheme. Munyes has further

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