Infra players await $ 3.1-bn funding infusion

February 2016
FRPT- Infrastructure Snapshot;2/29/2016, p4
Industry Profile
The article reports that investment banking company Macquarie Group has made investments in infrastructure companies in Asia including India at regional levels through the Macquarie Asia Infrastructure Fund (MAIF), and other investment options.


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