Focus on Project Finance

Smith, Pamela Ann
March 2011
Middle East;Mar2011, Issue 420, p42
The article focuses on project finance in the Middle East and North Africa. According to Jonathan Robinson of HSBC Holdings PLC, the region will be able to maintain their big investments in project spending in which it will re-emerge as the world's biggest project finance market. Moreover, Christophe Mariot of BNP Paribas SA observes that the region have withstood the financial crisis with the government finances intact.


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