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- Sumitomo has joined Brookfield Business Partners in mopping up the majority of Odebrecht Ambiental’s Brazilian water assets. After parting with $250 million, the Japanese trading house emerged with a 14% stake in...
- GS Inima is looking for an investment partner to help it grow its Brazilian concessions business. Ideally it wants to retain control of GS Inima Brasil while using third-party capital to...
- Also up for grabs is the somewhat rag-tag bunch of Latin American water interests assembled over the past 15 years by Madrid’s regional operator Canal Isabel II. The growing corruption scandal which has hit the company has resulted in a commitment to...
- Although Brazil is the second-largest market for greenfield private water investment after China, it looks like the government may be over-ambitious about the speed at which it can deliver reform...
Japanese trading house Sumitomo Corporation has spent $250 million to take a minority stake in a private equity-led water concessionaire in Brazil. How will it add value?
Despite the fact that some stocks had a roller-coaster ride this month, the Americas segment of our index hit a new high. Tariff troubles in Brazil took the shine off the numbers.
Private finance models feature heavily in the latest flurry of desalination tenders to come out of India. Why are bidders more excited about a design-build-operate opportunity in Chennai?
As the Modi government rolls out the first of its long-awaited hybrid annuity PPPs for wastewater treatment in the Ganga river basin, state elections are threatening the programme with yet more delays. What is going on behind the scenes?
Choppy Chinese stock markets undermined the performance of GWI’s Asia stock index last year, as compliance worries were compounded by a devaluation of the yuan. A few stars managed to buck the trend.
Sierra snowfall fails to deter reuse projects; Nigeria revisits drinking water PPPs; Belgrade revitalises wastewater PPP plan; Tunisia shifts focus to rural communities; India’s hybrid annuity model gains traction; Ecuador and Paraguay seek private capital; all the latest project news from around the world.
Brookfield’s deal with Odebrecht Ambiental heralds a new era for Brazilian private water Vol 17, Issue 11 (November 2016)
A Canadian asset manager has agreed to buy a majority stake in Brazil’s biggest private water operator. It is the surest sign yet that the country is opening up to foreign capital to fund its water infrastructure deficit.
Groups led by HSBC, KPMG and PwC have submitted bids to advise on the procurement of the 272,760m³/d & 1,200MW Ad Dur 2 power and water plant in Bahrain.
Taiwanese water project developers Hsin Dar and CTCI have reached financial close on their Fengshan project, the first privately financed municipal wastewater reuse facility in Taiwan.