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Industry Trend Analysis - Quick View: Financial Closure Marks Key Progress For 4G Programme - JAN 2018

Americas December 2017 / Colombia / Industry

On December 14, Colombia's National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) and the Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (FDN) announced that financial closure had been secured for the Antioquia-Bol?var highway PPP project (also called the Ruta al Mar project), part of the country's landmark USD25bn 4G road concessions programme.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Key Themes For Asia Infrastructure In 2018 - JAN 2018

Asia Pacific December 2017 / Asia / Industry

Although the confluence of China's Belt and Road initiative and governments' infrastructure spending plans will support robust growth across Asia's construction markets in 2018, we also expect projects to run into implementation difficulties as they enter construction stages. Shifts in technology and politics also has the potential to drive new opportunities in PPPs and renewable power investments.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Industry To Emerge As Significant Construction Technology Market - JAN 2018

Europe December 2017 / United Kingdom / Industry

While offering little in the way of project financing, the Autumn Statement and Industrial Strategy signal our positive forecasts for the UK infrastructure and residential building sectors are in play, with the construction sector set to remain a key target for government support. Importantly, the UK looks set to become a major market for companies developing technologies that will increase the efficiency, productivity and green credentials of the broader construction and infrastructure industry.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Commercial Building To Remain Construction Growth Engine - JAN 2018

Middle East & Africa December 2017 / United Arab Emirates / Industry

Commercial infrastructure will be the clear outperformer within the broader construction sector of the United Arab Emirates in the coming years, as economic diversification gathers pace and the various emirates focus on developing higher-value service industries.

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