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HanKore Environment revealed on 15 May that it is in preliminary discussions with third parties over the potential sale of its 1.4 million m3/d portfolio of Chinese water and wastewater BOTs.
The Chinese project developer’s inaugural US dollar bond issue shows it has the fire-power to support its international expansion plans.
Li Haifeng, executive director at Beijing Enterprises Water Group, explains to GWI’s Olivia Jensen how internationalisation is a core part of the company’s growth strategy.
China’s domestic desalination offensive got underway last month with the selection of eight pilot schemes.
A contract to operate greenfield bulk water infrastructure in southern Sumatra marks a new direction for Indonesian water PPPs. Will the concept catch on?
Financial constraints have forced the Indian project developer to re-evaluate its BOT portfolio. Selling its stake in the Minjur desalination plant may not be as easy as it seems.
IVRCL is looking to pull out of the Chennai Minjur desalination project in Tamil Nadu which it developed together with Abengoa, as it attempts to restore its balance sheet and re-focus on its EPC business.
The Australian National Water Commission has called on the country’s water industry to influence policy through greater innovation and collaboration. The response will build on an already impressive legacy.
Charles Bodhi finds evidence of unripe fruit as he goes browsing for business in Myanmar.
Jakarta’s populist city government under Joko Widodo has been stirring up doubts about the future of the city’s two private water concessions.