For the next five years, Nigeria is reported to require US$166 billion to provide energy and infrastructure for its growing population. Demand for energy and infrastructure in Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, is ever increasing as its
ByMalcolm Brennan and Alison Black King & Wood Mallesons’Canberra Office
The Treasurer, through the Foreign Investment Review Board (FIRB), has been given additional power to scrutinise the sale of critical infrastructure assets to private foreign investors, with a clear focus on national security.
The changes to the Foreign Acquisition and Takeovers Regulation 2015…
By Zhang Tianhui, Editor, King & Wood’s Publication Group
As China’s economy continues to develop, the administration of developments in urban and rural areas of China requires a more focused approach to ensure the harmonious development of each area’s economy along with the preservation of local culture, heritage and infrastructure needs. The new system provides localities with guidelines to ensure nationwide consistency while providing a certain amount of autonomy to allow for specific local needs.Continue Reading Urban and Rural Planning Law: Hot Issues