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Who will finance infrastructure now?

By Mark Fallon   June 2014

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“Infrastructure is a fascinating sector because it is fundamentally about realising the most basic needs of society.” © www fotodiscs4u co uk

This is the third part of our special report on infrastructure. Click here to read the first article in the series, “The money’s not the problem.” Click here to read the second article in the series, “political projects.”

It is a fact that a gap between the need for global infrastructure and the capacity of tax and tariff payers to finance it is increasing. Investment in infrastructure among OECD nations…

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