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LISEA Closes on French High-Speed Rail Concession

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Meridiam Infrastructure has announced that it is part of a consortium that recently closed a €773 million ($1.11 billion) concession deal on the Sud-Europe Atlantique High-Speed Railway Line (SEA High-Speed Line) in France. The 50-year concession contract was signed with Réseau Ferré de France (RFF), the government entity that owns the French rail network, and the LISEA consortium, which includes Vinci, CDC Infrastructure, Meridiam and AXA Private Equity. LISEA is expected to contribute €773 million ($1.11 billion) of equity to the project. The design, build, finance, operate and maintain contract includes the construction of a new 302-k

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