Monday 24, May 2010 by

Report identifies $2 trillion global infrastructure deficit

The World Economic Forum’s Positive Infrastructure Report has found that the world faces a global infrastructure deficit of $2 trillion per year over the next 20 years. The report analyses the four largest infrastructure markets – Brazil, China, India and the US, and studies how to best deploy public funds made available through global fiscal stimuli packages to advance the issue of infrastructure development.

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