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The fund will invest billions in large-scale clean energy projects
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Steven Henderson is one of the many Kiwi lawyers now practising in Dubai. He tells NZ Lawyer why the market has the ability to surprise and stimulate even the most experienced lawyers
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Rivalries were put to one side as major Australian and New Zealand firms worked together to achieve a successful outcome on the country’s largest ever PPP