Infrastructure

East West Link -- A letter to Daniel Andrews

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Enacting retrospective legislation to avoid contractual obligations will incur large direct and indirect costs to the state of Victoria and Australia as a whole.

East West Link lunacy threatens Australia's credit rating

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Tony Abbott must be ready to step in to ensure Victoria meets its obligations on the East West Link. If he doesn't, Australia's international reputation will take a big hit.

Shepherd urges action on privatisations

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Former BCA president says it's time for companies to stand up in support of asset sales.

Queensland must learn from Victoria's infrastructure debacle

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As the appalling fee practices in Victoria’s hastily arranged East West Link project contract become clear, it's vital that Queensland avoids making the same mistakes.

The ghost of Jack Lang is haunting Victoria

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Victoria will be blackballed by global capital and construction markets if Premier Daniel Andrews doesn’t honour the East West Link contracts. And the whole country will suffer.

Victoria's sovereign risk problem

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The cancellation of the East West Link contract has trashed Victoria’s reputation as a reliable place to invest.

Macquarie Atlas posts FY loss

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Chairman David Walsh flags exit from toll road company after April annual meeting.

Transfield reaffirms FY earnings guidance

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Transfield faces challenges as commodity prices weigh, but lifts H1 underlying profit.

Sydney Airport reports FY profit

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Airport eyes increased dividend in 2015, chairman Max Moore-Wilton to retire.

APA H1 normalised profit slips

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Gas infrastructure business sees statutory profit on soar on Envestra sale, will pay interim dividend of 17.5c.

A neat fix to the politics of infrastructure funding

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To win back trust, state governments need to shake up the way infrastructure projects are funded and to make the process more accessible to individual investors.

Telstra’s – and Australia’s – dividend curse

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Australian companies should stop paying out so much in dividends and start reinvesting in growth.

Lend Lease lifts H1 profit

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Property group lifts interim dividend to 27c, still expects a dip in full-year earnings.

Australia’s train to nowhere

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The strong growth in inner-city property prices reflects a lack of spending on transport infrastructure, particularly on rail, and more needs to be done.

Foley backs $1bn light rail plan

by AAP
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Labor says it can match NSW govt plans to build a $1bn light rail line in western Sydney.

Duet swings to H1 loss

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Energy infrastructure group reaffirms full-year guidance, posts $11.1m H1 loss.

Saudi Arabia’s oil pain could become local SMSFs' gain

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The recent slump in global oil prices has altered the way that global infrastructure funding operates -- and it could be a boon for self-managed super funds.

Gladstone LNG sale in the pipeline

The gun could be about to fire for auction of the Santos-led Gladstone LNG pipeline.

Wide open roads beckon investors

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A lack of state government planning may put a brake on some of Transurban's ambitions, but there are still reasons to be bullish about its outlook.

Goldman Sachs in frame for Santos sale

Speculation suggests investment bank hired to advise on auction of Gladstone LNG pipeline.

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