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Private capital in infrastructure: Illiquid assets still a hurdle

Private sector investors can ease financial burden on governments and banks

Mr Meyer (left) is eyeing a "win-win-win" proposition while Mr Haegeli is hoping for an actionable plan.


INFRASTRUCTURE investment has to become a tradable asset class in order for private capital to help bear some of the burden usually borne by governments and banks.

Otherwise, the massive capital investments and long horizons needed for say, a dam, gas network, toll road

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