Monday, 17 February 2020

Global Infrastructure Report 2019

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  • German rail attracts institutions

    The Dieselnetz Ulm transaction paved the way for institutional investors in the German regional passenger rail transport sector. In April 2019 institutional investors closed with Dieselnetz Sachsen-Anhalt the second transaction in the sector. By Derk Opitz, partner at Ashurst.

  • Tours–Bordeaux goes green

    The biggest-ever French concession project, the Tours–Bordeaux HSL, was refinanced through a complex Green-certified deal. By Daniel Zerbib and Gauthier Martin, partners, Clifford Chance.

  • EEC – Moving towards Thailand 4.0

    Thailand has launched offerings of mega projects under its Eastern Economic Corridor development plan. The EEC is under the scheme of Thailand 4.0, the latest economic strategy that aims to transform the country into a first world nation. By Minerva Lau.

  • Transport P3 delays and overruns

    Significant delays and escalating costs have recently been disclosed on some of the transportation projects that shaped the US P3 market. One project in particular, Denver, Colorado’s Eagle FasTracks, was a model used to push the P3 concept in other states. By Alison Healey.

  • New partner re-energises Florida rail

    The Virgin Trains project in Florida has a long history of controversy and seemed close to dead a few times throughout its history. A new partner helped the project get to financial close on an expansion. By Alison Healey.

  • The unexpected guest unveiled

    Recent amendments to the Italian Code of Public Contracts were aimed at smoothing the role of institutional investors and Italia Infrastrutture in PFI/PPP related transactions. By Marco Cerritelli, partner at Chiomenti.

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    PFI Global Infrastructure Report 2019

    The global infrastructure market in 2019 has seen a range of deals financed and plenty of new plans hatched. The problems in the contracting sector remain, however. PFI’s Global Infrastructure Report 2019 case studies leading deals such as Gordie Howe, Florida Rail, Paraguay’s Corredor Bioceanico, Shuqaiq IWP, Tours-Bordeaux and Belgrade Airport. Themes such as China’s Belt & Road and Thailand’s Eastern Economic Corridor are examined and the problems with US and Australian construction projects are

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