Billions in infrastructure projects planned
- Vote on Bonds to Fund NYSE Building Canceled. // Bond Buyer;11/13/2001, Vol. 338 Issue 31264, p4
Reports that the New York Industrial Development Agency board has canceled its plans to vote for financing another New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), in New York City. Re-evaluation of the project by NYSE chairman Richard Grasso; Reasons for the project re-evaluation; Commitment of city and state...
- Even now, $621 million CVC isn't finished. Yager, Jordy // Hill;12/8/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 131, p1
The article reports on the issue regarding the unfinished $621 million Capitol Visitor Center (CVC) in the U.S.
- SA Fund props infrastructure. // African Business;Oct98, Issue 236, p22
Highlights the South Africa Infrastructure Fund and how it developed the major infrastructure projects in South Africa. How the fund was established; Comments from Philip Chen, managing director of the fund; How the fund expanded; Other plans of the management.
- Public spending. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Apr95, p13
Reports on infrastructure projects for Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea in a bid to boost confidence and provide jobs.
- Southern seaboard project boost. Balch, Roger // Asian Business Review;Jun95, p13
Reports on the planned construction of an east-west highway crossing the southern peninsula, building of an oil refinery in Khanom and development of an industrial estate at Surat Sani, as part of the Southern Seaboard project in Thailand.
- Thailand pushes US$2.9 billion Southern Seaboard project. // Asian Business Review;Jul95, p21
Reports on Thai authorities' seeking of $2.88 billion for infrastructure investment over the next 10 years in the Southern Seaboard region north of the Malaysian border. Direct investment expected to be drawn from the private sector; Implications for the development of oil refining and...
- Chinese infrastructure. // Asian Business Review;Dec96, p15
Reports on the need for China to tap all possible sources of financing to meet its infrastructure needs from 1997 to 2002.
- Financing Asia's infrastructure boom. // Asian Business Review;Apr97, p48
Presents information about infrastructure projects in Asia. Key areas for development in Asia; Philippines as a prime example of growing area; Infrastructure projects constructed in Philippines; Three categories of needs facing Asia; Other infrastructure projects in Asian countries.
- China to become the world's biggest construction market. // Asian Business Review;Apr97, p50
Discusses information about China's infrastructure projects. Advantage of the construction industry growth in China; Problems encountered by companies operating in China; Some major infrastructure projects build in China; Significance of the projects; Ways in which China is little different to...