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The Projects and Construction Review brings together the expertise of local counsel in 26 of the most significant jurisdictions for project finance to analyse this year’s most ambitious deals and projects and the commercial implications of legal and market developments around the world.
To meet the demands of the world's growing population, large-scale investment is needed across a broad spectrum of basic industries, including oil and gas, minerals and other natural resources, telecommunications, petrochemicals, transportation and power.
As the pace of investment has accelerated, so has the scale of individual projects. Notably, with exploration for resources being driven to increasingly remote locations, the cost of extracting those resources has risen, resulting in ever larger financings. There is, therefore, a growing need for lawyers capable of structuring innovative and complex transactions.
Although there is an increased perception that project financing and construction law are global issues, the local flavour offered by these leading experts show that in order to understand the world, we must first comprehend what happens in our own communities; to further advance our understanding of global law, we must acquire local knowledge.
Includes specialist chapters on: ‘International Project Finance’, ‘Dispute Resolution in Construction Projects’ and ‘Relationship Contracting’.