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Standard and Poor's: UK would benefit most from additional infrastructure investment

The UK would experience greater economic benefit from increased public spending on infrastructure than any other major world economy with the exception of Brazil, according to a report by Standard and Poor's. 16 Jan 2015

China plans the "most cuts in history" to restrictions on foreign investment

Proposed changes to China's Foreign Investment Guidance Catalogue will encourage more foreign companies to invest in the country, the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) has said. 10 Nov 2014

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Global sukuk market has "significant potential" to fund new infrastructure, says head of Malaysian central bank

The $270 billion global market for sukuk, the Islamic equivalent of a bond, could become an "important source of funding" for infrastructure and other long-term projects, according to the governor of Malaysia's central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia. 31 Oct 2014

Over £100bn in Chinese investment could be "game changer" for UK infrastructure, experts say

Chinese investment into UK energy, real estate and transport projects could become a "game changer", with £105 billion expected to be invested into UK infrastructure by 2025, according to new research by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind Out-Law.com. 28 Oct 2014

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