19 September @ 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
Global infrastructure systems across the world are straining to meet demand. $2.5 trillion per year is spent on transportation, power, water, and telecommunications systems. Yet it’s not enough—and needs are only growing steeper.
Infrastructure is an enabler of economic development and growth, and in order to remain competitive in a global market, a country’s private and public sectors must collaborate to set priorities, identify resources and establish pathways for implementation.Share: