289 results found
While 2017 was an eventful year for the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub), 2018 is shaping up to be even busier.
A major factor hindering infrastructure implementation and delivery is the absence of good governance, according to the 130 delegates from 27 countries who came together for the first Regional Roundtable on Infrastructure Governance in Cape Town in November.
The European Investment Project Portal (EIPP) and the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) announce their cooperation to exchange projects for publication on their websites.
The Global Infrastructure Hub recently launched its Project Pipeline, a dynamic online platform containing details on government infrastructure projects across the globe. The Pipeline was created by the GI Hub in response to market demand for an early stage global pipeline of projects.
The GI Hub today signed a memorandum of understanding with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) to facilitate an information sharing agreement between the two organisations.
GI Hub held the third of its 2017 Regional PPP Risk Allocation Workshops in Bogotá, Colombia, on 9 November 2017, with various public sector representatives from across Central and South America as well as multilateral organisations operating in the region.
The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) has now signed a consultancy contract for the development of a reference tool to address inclusion in large infrastructure projects.
Infrastructure is crucial to Africa’s growth prospects. It’s also hard to get right, a reality acknowledged by delegates from around the continent and further afield who recently gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, for Africa’s First Roundtable on Infrastructure Governance.
A new global survey of major international institutional investors has found strong investor demand for infrastructure, including record levels of interest in emerging market infrastructure with 37.5% of all investors now active in these growing markets.
Africa’s first roundtable on infrastructure governance is taking place in Cape Town this week. Chris Heathcote, CEO of GI Hub, which is participating, shares his views on the opportunities that infrastructure development offers African countries and some of the obstacles to the success of such projects.