Australia tops the Asia Pacific region for future investment opportunities at 54 per cent, followed by India at 48 per cent and China at 39 per cent according to White & Case report. All investors are looking at Australia for its stable investment offerings.
The Asian Development Bank estimates that to keep pace with climate change and economic growth, the region needs US$1.7 trillion of infrastructure investment by 2030. Almost half of mergers and acquisition deals in Australia (47 per cent) are in renewable energy.
Information Group figures reveal that Australia had last year’s largest APAC infrastructure M&A deal when a consortium led by Transurban, Sydney Transport Partners, acquired 51 per cent stake in the new WestConnex motorway.
Infrastructure Australia released the 2019 Priority List with 121 national significant infrastructure proposals with a $58 billion project pipeline designed to guide investment to support the nation’s growth. The top 3 out of 8 high priority projects are M4 Motorway upgrade, Sydney Metro: City and Southwest and Western Sydney Airport, all located at New South Wales.
The Sydney Light Rail CBD and South East will deliver more than $4 billion worth of economic benefits and create 10,000 jobs for NSW.
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