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Tackling persistent ebbs in infrastructure

National developments globally have often failed due to improper planning. By developing an Infrastructure Roadmap, stakeholders can see light at the end of the tunnel.

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For infrastructure developments to succeed, it is crucial that governments build up a legal ecosystem and relevant institutions to ensure that contracts will be honoured, corruption will not be tolerated, and companies and individuals will be treated fairly in courts of law.

BY ALL measures, the demand for infrastructure investment is huge. The Global Infrastructure Outlook estimates that from 2016 to 2040, US$94 trillion of infrastructure investment is needed globally, of which about US$50 trillion would be required in Asia. An investment gap of about US$15...

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