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    Algeria joins the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development

    North African country becomes 73rd member of the bank, opening up opportunities to engage on investment and policy issues.

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      Algeria joins the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development

      North African country becomes 73rd member of the bank, opening up opportunities to engage on investment and policy issues.

      BrÄŤko to join EBRD Green Cities

      Fourth Bosnia and Herzegovina city joins the programme as it launches major water sector upgrade.

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            ADB annual meeting to take place online

            The annual meeting of the Asian Development Bank will take place virtually in May. The 54th Asian Development Bank annual meeting...

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              Key move for global infrastructure as major construction contracts are published in Chinese

              Key strategic move for international infrastructure, as five FIDIC standard construction contracts are published in Chinese. In what is being seen as a significant strategic...

              “Sustainability disputes will certainly arise”

              Vice President of the ICC’s Arbitration Commission, Nicholas Gould, tells IG that construction law needs to adapt and support greater clarity to avoid disputes holding sustainable infrastructure back.

              First winners of FIDIC Contracts Awards revealed

              Seven awards showcase excellence in the use of FIDIC global construction contracts. The first-ever winners of the FIDIC Contracts Awards have been unveiled at a...

              International construction disputes best resolved via arbitration

              Arbitration is best for resolving construction disputes, but there's room for improvement. Disputes arising in international construction projects are best resolved through arbitration however, there...
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                Will transport ever be truly green?

                With global infrastructure leaders meeting later this week, we look at how transport infrastructure can become more sustainable despite severe legacy challenges.
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