World Finance

World Finance

November 08, 2013 11:00 ET

Project Finance on the Up

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Nov. 8, 2013) - As infrastructural developments start to take off in earnest, World Finance looks at the current fiscal details behind these large scale developments that are so imperative to socio-economic growth.

World Finance has covered a great many projects and their financial makeup over the course of the year and in the November - December issue and online, the publication announces the winners of its 2013 Project Finance Deal of the Year Awards.

Covering a variety of industries - from roads to petrochemicals - World Finance looks at the finer details that make up these imperative financial structures.

For more on the award winners, and the award winners, go to http://www.worldfinance.com/awards/project-finance-deal-of-the-year-awards-2013.

Elsewhere in the issue, World Finance looks at Tony Abbot's plans for a new Australia and how it is that infrastructural development will play a crucial part in the country's future.

Following what was a fractured, though no less an efficient, six years of Labour leadership, the Liberal-National Party leader Tony Abbott has outlined immediate plans to overhaul prior policy with the intention of reaching a budget surplus in four years time.

In light of Abbott's new nationalist government, World Finance takes a look at the Prime Minister's policies, and how they will redefine Australia's position on the world stage.

"The renewed focus on the development of natural resources and the stronger economy expected to be gained from mining and exports may place Australia in a much better position to fulfill its humanitarian responsibilities as a wealthy, developed nation," writes Murray Stassen.

"The lack of adequate climate change and clean energy initiatives is somewhat short sighted, particularly at a time when more firms are attempting to achieve better carbon reduction targets."

To read the World Finance report in full, see the new November-December issue, available online and in print now.

http://www.worldfinance.com/home/featured/tony-abbotts-new-australia

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