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Title: Risks and returns of independent power projects in China, Indonesia and Pakistan.
Authors: Tan, Tina Kim Choo.
Tan, Siak Lim.
Keywords: DRNTU::Business::Industries and labor
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: The Asia Pacific region is experiencing massive economic development and expansion. This translates into massive developmental and infrastructure construction projects. The Asian Development Bank estimates about US$2.5 trillion of investments is required for infrastructure in this region over the next decade. Figure 1 shows the current and projected power capacity/ requirement by the various Asian countries by the year 2000. According to a latest industry study by the Political and Economic Risk Consultancy, the projected Asian infrastructure spending for 1994 to 2000 is at US$155 bn. Figure 2 has the breakdown of the amount by country.
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