Event Date/Time: Nov 25, 2006
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“….These infrastructure gaps have not yet affected the region's overall export and economic performance. But the danger signs are there. Inadequate transport and communication infrastructure, uncompetitive transport, logistics and industries, and high fuel costs will all push up the cost of doing business in Asia. Unless action is taken soon, the region may lose its competitive edge.”

Haruhiko Kuroda, President, Asian Development Bank, 22nd Sept 2006



It is undeniable that Asia’s infrastructure needs are enormous. Whilst Asian economies are riding on an all-time high, the rate at which infrastructure development is keeping up is far lagging behind. Governments, faced with a mounting pressure to sustain and finance infrastructure developments, are left with little choice but to increasingly turn to the private sector for financing inputs via public private partnerships and key strategic alliances. Yet, due to the presence of sovereign and credit risks in Asia, both banks and investors are also adopting an extremely cautious attitude towards lending long-term for infrastructure projects.

Includes Senior Directors, Heads of Project Finance from:
China: Ministry of Water Resources
Indonesia: Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs
Korea: Ministry of Planning & Budget
Thailand: Ministry of Finance
Vietnam: Ministry of Industry
Philippines: National Economic & Development Authority

and Calyon Bank, China Development Bank, Macquarie Securities Asia, IDFC, JBIC, Fortis Merchant Bank, CLP Renewables, SREI Infrastructure, Lehman Brothers, World Bank, AND MANY MORE!

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