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2019 Infrastructure Seminar in Washington, D.C.March 13, 2018
The U.S. economy, like any other, is built on the back of the country’s infrastructure network. However, the systems currently in place are showing their age and have, in some areas, become bottlenecks of economic growth. Civil engineering groups have also repeatedly raised safety concerns. As the White House and Congress continue to wrestle on budget negotiations, federal spending on infrastructure has become a national debate. Does the key to modernizing infrastructure rest at the federal, or state and local level? What can be learned from successful programs in other countries? How should infrastructure investors think about opportunities in global markets? How are investors reacting to shifting opportunity sets?
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