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Project finance: The year to deliver infrastructure

Halfway through its term of office, the coalition has suffered two and a half years of stagnant growth and double dip recession. So 2013 is the year that downbeat news must be replaced by signs of growth. And after years of government focus on infrastructure to generate growth, this has big implications for our sector, says Nelson Ogunshakin

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