Europe, Eurasia and SEM Infrastructure Leadership Forum

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Europe, Eurasia and SEM Infrastructure Leadership Forum
InfraPPP is a supporting organization for CG/LA Infrastructure's upcoming Inaugural Europe, Eurasia and the Southern & Eastern Mediterranean Infrastructure Leadership Forum, occurring December 11-13) in Malaga, Spain.

CG/LA hosts five forums around the world annually, each event presents a unique opportunity for conducting new business development. The main objective of this forum is to create opportunities for public and private stakeholders in the infrastructure sector, bringing participants from over 20 countries throughout Eurasia, the Maghreb and the Middle East. Co-hosted alongside EBRD and the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management, this forum will host multiple industry leader keynotes and 40+ project presentations delivered by their respective owner or team member. Projects at the Forum cover all sectors - energy, logistics, ports, surface transportation, airports, rail, and transit. All have contract opportunities in the next 3-18 months. Download our 2019 Europe, Eurasia, and Southern & Eastern Mediterranean Infrastructure Project List here to see projects invited. 

Here is a link to the most recent agenda
Here is a link with venue information
Here is a link to register for the forum - please use the coupon code ANINVER! to receive 15% OFF the cost of registration

New Project Confirmations:
The Sofia Istanbul High-Speed Train Project
Connecting Turkey's high-speed train network with Europe's, this rail line will be 230-kilometer and cost about €1 billion - the largest project ever financed by the EU outside of the EU! Turkey's Deputy Minister of Transportation will lead a delegation from the Turkish Ministry of Transport & Infrastructure, and private sector leaders.
Sevilla Metro Lines 2, 3, and 4
This project will create three new lines for the Sevilla Metro, complementing its existing single lines. It will extend over 40 km and have 60 stations,16 in line 2, 20 in line 3, and 24 in line 4.
Please contact Kirsten if you have any questions about the event or if you are interested in becoming an event Sponsor.

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