WLG's Infrastructure & Public-Private Partnerships Group addresses the government policy, business, legal and financing aspects of private-public projects (3P), including large-scale infrastructure undertakings such as ports, roads, bridges, healthcare and education facilities.
Group members are all leading practitioners in their field and are as likely to be involved in a major infrastructure projects in emerging markets as they are advising public and private sector clients in their home jurisdiction. They come together regularly to share experiences and insights on new law, regulations and policy shifts affecting infrastructure & 3P projects for the benefit of clients wherever they're based.
Development of autonomous driving system (ADS) technology has captured the imagination of the policymaking, technology, and urban planning communities in Washington, DC and across the country—and for good reason.
On 31 January 2019, the National Legislative Assembly approved Governing Joint Investment between the State and Private Sector Act, which governs joint investment between the state and private sector.
RBI has, pursuant to the circular dated March 13, 2019, introduced changes and rationalised the extant framework for trade credits (‘TC’), with effect from the date of the circular. Some of the key additions and amendments introduced by the circular are set out here.