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Real Estate Gazette - Issue 22: Focus on Specialized Assets

It is clear that demographics play a part in dictating which investment opportunities are prominent at any point in time. For example, in France, the rise in student numbers has boosted demand for student accommodation in the...more

Focus on Regulatory Law - June 2014

In This Issue: Regulatory Authorities - ..Securities and Market Authority ..Authority for the Regulation of Electronic Communications ..Data Protection Authority ..Commission Nationale Informatique et...more

European Procurement and Government Contracts Digest: Closing the Gap on Concession Contracts - European Union sets up harmonised...

In the European Union (EU), around 60% of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) are entered into on a concession basis. This represents an EU-wide market worth more than €100 billion ($135 billion) each year. For the first time,...more

Addressing the Maintenance Backlog in Victorian Schools – is a PPP the Answer?

The results of the audit report into Victorian schools announced on 20 February 2013 revealed a AUD420 million maintenance backlog with over 5,000 school buildings identified as falling below the standards set by Department...more

Energy Newsletter - February 2013

In This Issue: - DISPUTE RESOLUTION: - International Arbitration: EU Member State Defends Measures Adverse to Energy Sector Investments on the basis of EU law - REGULATORY: - Competition Law/Russia: Russia...more

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