Filling the Global Infrastructure Gap Scarica

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  • 26 ago 2019

  • As countries around the world continue to develop at unprecedented rates, the effects of globalization, urbanization, and climate change are having dramatic environmental, financial, and social impacts. A critical component of this growth is the #infrastructure needed to sustain global communities, from safe and reliable energy sources to bridges and roadways that can support new models of #transportation. The time is now for increased investment to rebuild aging infrastructure and to fund new projects, from renewable energy to #smartcities technology. Communities, developers, and government leaders alike are searching for methods to increase private investment while making public-sector funding more effective. What are the biggest funding gaps in global infrastructure development? What are best practices for creating public-private infrastructure financing models that address the needs of sustainable development? Panelists will discuss ideal financing structures for projects that utilize a mix of public and private capital and deliver financial, social, and environmental returns. Moderator Brian Sullivan Anchor and Senior National Correspondent, CNBC Speakers David Bohigian Acting President and CEO, Overseas Private Investment Corporation Jim Yong Kim Partner and Vice Chairman, Global Infrastructure Partners; Former President, World Bank Group Raymond J. McGuire Vice Chairman, Citigroup; Chairman of Citi Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory Hiromichi Mizuno Executive Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, Government Pension Investment Fund, Japan; Co-Chair, Global Capital Markets Advisory Council, Milken Institute Angela Rodell CEO, Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation


  • メイソンクレイグ
    メイソンクレイグ 1 anno fa (modificato)

    Haha that look from Angela after the pizza story

  • yan yan
    yan yan 1 anno fa

    lol 7% infrastructure, no wonder nothing gets build, or you have to pay someone off to build it

  • Zeng Pang
    Zeng Pang 1 anno fa (modificato)

    This whole idea of infrastructure gaps things come from the idea of competing with china's one belt and one road. But western countries don't have the capacity of china has, how can they compete with china? China has 50% of world steel manufacture output, 60% cement world manufacture output, when you build infrastructure you need steel and cement. Will they go to china to buy all of that? That would make china laughing If they do. Will they build the new capacity to cop with that? The china's steel and cement already glutted the world market. Obviously they can't. So what is the point all about this infrastructure things ?