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Special Report: Political projects

Politics is hindering infrastructure investment

By Paola Subacchi   June 2014

To promote and support infrastructure, policymakers need to set up a framework that allows the public and private sectors to work together on big projects © Paul Waite

This article is the second 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 third article in the series, “building bridges.” 

Having been long neglected, investing in infrastructure is back on the policy agenda. It is featuring prominently in debates ahead of this year’s G20…

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