Γενικά θέματα 15 Ιουνίου 2016

Turkey absorbs almost half of global private infrastructure investment in 2015: World Bank

Turkey absorbs almost half of global private infrastructure investment in 2015: World Bank

As global private infrastructure investment in 2015 mostly remained steady at $111.6 billion, Turkey raised the bar with the financial closure of seven projects for a record $44.7 billion, said the World Bank in a news release on June 13. 

According to new data from the World Bank Group’s Private Participation in Infrastructure Database, Turkey absorbed some 40 percent of global investment with two megadeals in transport: Istanbul’s $35.6 billion IGA Airport (including a $29.1 billion concession fee to the government), and the $6.4 billion Gebze-İzmir Motorway, which is expected to cut the travel time between Istanbul and the Aegean city of İzmir dramatically.
Though on par with the previous year, global private infrastructure investment in 2015 was 10 percent lower than the previous five-year average because of dwindling commitments in China, Brazil, and India, according to the statement.
Brazil in particular saw only $4.5 billion in investments, sharply declining from $47.2 billion in 2014 and reversing a trend of growing investments over the last five years. 
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