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Infrastructure

12 Jul 2019

LONGREAD: infrastructure no longer just roads and bridges

Stuart Fuller | Head of Law, KPMG & Board Member, Asia Society Australia

The traditional concepts of infrastructure - or investment - are being strained by technology and innovation.

24 Jan 2019

NZ truckometer: lower revs

Sharon Zollner | Chief Economist New Zealand, ANZ

Trucks and cars can tell you a lot about the economy – and NZ might be losing some grunt.

13 Sep 2018

The other side of the infrastructure boom

Daniel Gradwell | Associate Director - Property, ANZ

Australia’s $120bn in construction projects a boon for the economy but rising cost pressures a real risk.

11 Sep 2018

A tale of two sectors in NZ

Antony Buick-Constable | Acting CEO, New Zealand Bankers’ Association

Far from stepping back banks are backing the construction industry during the building boom.

30 Aug 2018

Moving NZ’s infrastructure out of catch-up mode

Paul Goodwin | MD Institutional, ANZ NZ

NZ's infrastructure is being undermined by policy uncertainty.

19 Mar 2018

What’s not next for a city in knots

Jean-Paul Pelosi | Freelance journalist

There’s a gap between Sydney’s desire to be a global centre and its physical shape. What needs to change?

18 Sep 2017

Growth backers: financing Asia’s rapid expansion

Carl Roberts | Head of ANZ Loan Syndications for South & Southeast Asia.

An infrastructure investment gap is opening up in Asia challenges regarding the availability and pricing of capital are increasing.

11 Jul 2017

PODCAST: is India the next big thing?

Leon Gettler | Veteran and highly regarded management journalist

On the cusp of regulatory change India – the world’s largest democracy – offers immense investment opportunity.

07 Jul 2017

We must shift gears to save our cities

Jean-Paul Pelosi | Freelance journalist

Australians should be asking more questions about how their streets are used before it is too late.

01 Jun 2017

The end of China’s bike cycle?

Sara Brocklesby | Manager, communications & media, University of Melbourne

After two decades of modernisation and motorisation, China’s green push could see bikes make a comeback.

24 Apr 2017

Sorry we missed you!

Terrie Lloyd | CEO, Japan Travel KK

One of Japan's big-three parcel delivery companies, Yamato, dropped a bombshell when an "inside source" told a major daily newspaper they would gradually end their same-day deliveries for Amazon Prime customers.

07 Apr 2017

Rising infrastructure to pick up mining’s slack

Daniel Gradwell & David Plank | Economist & Head of Australian Economics, ANZ

The decline in Australia’s mining-related investment has been well documented in recent years. There are still declines to come, but there’s good news: the drag on the economy from mining is steadily easing and other sectors are picking up the slack.