38 articles in Indonesia
A contract to operate greenfield bulk water infrastructure in southern Sumatra marks a new direction for Indonesian water PPPs. Will the concept catch on?
Jakarta’s populist city government under Joko Widodo has been stirring up doubts about the future of the city’s two private water concessions.
A proposed equity and debt package from the IFC will support a drinking water BOT in Indonesia. The project’s success will hinge on mobilising additional financing in the absence of a government guarantee.
Singaporean membrane manufacturer Memstar is set to receive a S$35 million (US$28.5 million) equity injection from wastewater BOT developer United Envirotech (UEL), giving UEL a 13.17% stake in the company.
The Singapore government has moved to help local companies develop infrastructure projects overseas by backing a new project financing vehicle.
Delays in getting privately financed infrastructure projects off the ground will be addressed through a new set of measures proposed by the central government.
The decision to offload a majority stake in the West Zone concessionaire came after relations with the local water authority hit an all-time low. What are the options for the new owner?
Charles Bodhi goes fishing in the murky waters of the Indonesian market.
Shares in Thai bulk water supplier Eastern Water Resources closed at a new high of THB13.20 immediately before GWI went to press – a record peak since the company listed in Bangkok in 1997.
* The IFC this month signed off on a brace of investments in the Chinese water sector.