Investing in UK Critical Energy Infrastructure – A Compliance Pathway

23 November 2017

What is the UK government’s approach to investing in critical energy infrastructure? How does this relate to the recent history of UK foreign investment control and referable indicators from the legal systems of other major economies, particularly in the Commonwealth?

Consultation on Updated Guidance for Assessing Rail Franchise Awards

14 November 2017

The UK's Competition and Markets Authority recently announced a consultation on the assessment of rail franchise awards. What are the main points from the draft guidance texts?

Spanish Renewables Bounce Back

4 October 2017

Four years since the reform of the regulatory regime for renewable energy in Spain, María Pilar García Guijarro and Eduardo Dachary Glaría review how large new projects have been, and will be impacted for Project Finance International EMEA Report September 2017.

Changes to US Sanctions on Russia May Affect Business Relationships

9 August 2017

The US recently enacted new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea. These are likely to have significant consequences on certain sectors of the Russian economy as well as the ability of certain Russian companies to operate outside the country.

New Tobacco Regulation in Thailand

6 July 2017

The new Tobacco Products Control Act came into effect in July 2017. It curtails tobacco advertising and will make it difficult for new brands or products to access the Thai market.

US Sanctions Bill May Affect Russian Economic Sectors

26 June 2017

A recent Bill passed by the US Senate imposes economic sanctions on Russia. If passed into law, it may affect the country’s industry and the ability of non-Russian entities to do business with it.

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