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Infrastructure and Housing Financing

The region needs to invest aggressively in infrastructure to continue to provide a favorable business environment and improve people’s living standards. Because government resources are far from sufficient, infrastructure needs to access commercial finances, thus calling for public–private partnerships (PPPs). Housing is the largest investment most people make in their lifetime. Housing construction is a downstream industry with a high multiplier effect in terms of reducing poverty. It generates demand for a wide range of products and services, as well as creating employment.


  • An Empirical Analysis of the Factors that Influence Infrastructure Project Financing by Banks in Select Asian Economies
    20 Aug 2018 | Publication

    An Empirical Analysis of the Factors that Influence Infrastructure Project Financing by Banks in Select Asian Economies

    This paper analyzes a critical aspect of expanding private finance to infrastructure by examining the role of bank lending to public–private partnership (PPP) projects through the project finance modality.
  • Promoting Green Local Currency Bonds for Infrastructure Development in ASEAN+3
    04 Apr 2018 | Publication

    Promoting Green Local Currency Bonds for Infrastructure Development in ASEAN+3

    ASEAN+3 policy makers are exploring options to promote green local currency-denominated bonds to meet the region’s infrastructure development needs.
  • Financing Infrastructure in Asia and the Pacific: Capturing Impacts and New Sources
    24 Jan 2018 | Publication

    Financing Infrastructure in Asia and the Pacific: Capturing Impacts and New Sources

    This book presents several country studies and explains how infrastructure investment can increase output, taxes, trade, and firm productivity.
  • ADB Lending to the Philippines to Focus on Infrastructure in 2018-2020
    07 Dec 2017 | Article

    ADB Lending to the Philippines to Focus on Infrastructure in 2018-2020

    Transport, water, and flood management projects to account for bulk of expected $3.6 billion of support.
  • Securitization in India: Managing Capital Constraints and Creating Liquidity to Fund Infrastructure Assets
    14 Nov 2017 | Publication

    Securitization in India: Managing Capital Constraints and Creating Liquidity to Fund Infrastructure Assets

    This report explores securitization of infrastructure assets on public sector banks in India in order to meet the country’s growing infrastructure investment needs.
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