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Tharman unveils 3 initiatives to draw institutions to infrastructure

They include detailing non-commercial risks, developing benchmarks, data, analyses of performance and risks, and infrastructure debt asset class

"There's tremendous opportunity at the level of individual projects, and when you talk to the businesses, banks, investors, there is interest in taking up these opportunities," says Mr Tharman.


SINGAPORE'S Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Tuesday launched three initiatives to make infrastructure investment a more regular feature in the asset allocation of institutional investors.

This is on top of what most regional governments are already doing,

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