Since President Paul Kagame launched his country's Vision 2020 development plan in 2000, substantial progress has been made on improving Rwanda's infrastructure.
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Lebanon has unveiled plans for a $22 billion Infrastructure Investment Programme (IIP) to be implemented over the coming 12 years, with $6 billion of that designated as PPPs. The programme opens up opportunities for private investors to tap a market desperately in need of key infrastructure – but which has had little PPP success in the past
|Rank||Company||Total US$ m||Transactions||Market Share (%)|
|2||China Exim Bank||9,936.33||29||3.30|
|5||JPMorgan Chase & Co||9,462.38||48||3.14|
|7||Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group||8,269.60||79||2.74|
|9||Bank of America||7,612.35||40||2.53|