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A 1% increase in public spending can contribute to an increase in U.S. GDP of $12.7 billion in the short term and $19 billion in the long term. This is one of the conclusions of a July 2017 report entitled “Economic Impact of Infrastructure Investment” by macroeconomic analyst Jeffrey M. Stupak for the Congressional Research Service, the internal research body of the legislative assembly. The report supports investment in infrastructure, even by way of debt, explaining how a $100 billion increase in public deficit spending would help increase GDP by $20 billion in the short term.

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  15/11/2017
 
USA: DEBT FINANCING IN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR JOBS AND GROWTH
 

A Congressional report examines the economic impact of infrastructure investment

 

    
MEGATRENDS & INNOVATION  15/11/2017
 
WASTE WATER MANAGEMENT: PROJECTS IN THE WORLD
 

Properly treating wastewater can produce enormous benefits

 


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