Prologis, a global real estate investment trust (REIT), has announced an increase of $882 million in the equity commitment to the Prologis China Logistics Venture.
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KKR has agreed to sell its stake in India's Dalmia Cement Bharat (DCBL) for INR6 billion ($89 million) to the parent company Dalmia Bharat (DBL), and to invest INR6.2 billion in DBL itself.
The Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) and Japan Wind Development (JWD) – a local developer acquired last year by Bain Capital – have agreed to launch a JPY50 billion ($424 million) wind power fund.
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Agriculture and timberlands investor New Forests has agreed to invest in a large-scale rubber plantation in Indonesia with local strategic partner Sampoerna Agro.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) has committed $200 million to LeapFrog Investments as part of a $1 billion financing drive for development-oriented funds in emerging markets.
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Reliance Communications, the telecommunications services division of India's Reliance Group, has agreed to sell its tower assets to TPG Capital and Tillman Global Holdings.
A consortium featuring Hastings Fund Management, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) will pay A$10.26 billion ($7.5 billion) for the New South Wales government electricity transmission network.
China's Hony Capital will buy A$500 million ($381 million) worth of shares in Australia-based oil and gas supplier Santos, as part of the company's bid to cut debt by raising A$3.5 billion.
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Indian renewable energy producer ReNew Power Ventures has raised a $265 million funding round led by a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), with participation by existing investors Goldman Sachs and the Global Environment Fund (GEF).
TVS Capital has paid INR810 million ($12.5 million) for a 4% stake in Indian Energy Exchange (IEX) held by Bessemer Venture Partners.
Cube Highways & Infrastructure, the India toll road and transportation investment platform of I Squared Capital, has bought an Indian toll road from developer Madhucon Infra.
Chinese real estate developer Yantai Xinchao Industry has acquired two oil assets in West Texas backed by US-based private equity firms ArcLight Capital Partners and Denham Capital.
Financial Technologies (FTIL) has agreed to sell its remaining 5.46% stake in India Energy Exchange (IEX) to Milltec, a portfolio company of Multiples Alternative Asset Management, completing its exit from the company.
Australia-based oil and gas supplier Santos has rejected a takeover bid from Scepter Partners, a private equity firm backed by sovereign wealth funds and high net worth individuals in Asia and the Middle East.
IDFC Alternatives and Macquarie SBI Infrastructure Management will make partial exits from India-based Viom Networks as American Tower Corporation (ATC) buys a 51% stake in the telecom tower business.
Singapore’s GIC Private has agreed to acquire Greenko, an India-focused renewable energy developer that has previously received funding from the likes of TPG Capital and EIG Global Energy Partners.
Bridgeport Capital, the direct investment arm of Hawkesbridge Capital, has acquired Australia’s Underground Cable Systems (UCS) in a deal worth approximately A$100 million ($73 million) alongside company management.
Crescent Capital Partners has moved closer to a buyout of Australian engineering company Cardno by winning board support for the deal with an improved offer.
Australia’s competition regulator has raised concerns about Canada-based Brookfield Asset Management’s A$8.9 billion ($6.5 billion) cash-and-stock acquisition of listed rail freight and cargo port operator Asciano.
The board of Australian engineering company Cardno has advised shareholders to reject a buyout offer from Crescent Capital Partners on the grounds that it is opportunistic and undervalues the business.