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«Poor infrastructure means, in the long run, poor industrial production and an inability to respond to competition from, for example, Asian products». With this observation French economist Jean-Paul Fitoussi calls on Europe and the United States to do more in terms of investment. «Having modern power and transport networks, effective hydroelectric dams (and) efficient power distribution means being able to face international competition better». Although the United States has successfully recovered from the crisis, Europe still has some way to go. But it could prove hard going since new partners in Angela Merkel’s coalition are even more strict when it comes to public spending.

    
FOREGROUND  18/10/2017
 
INVESTMENT IN POST-ELECTION GERMANY
 

Exclusive Interview with Jean-Paul Fitoussi
Europe and infrastructure: What changes with the new coalition supporting Angela Merkel

 

    
INFRASTRUCTURE  18/10/2017
 
SOGNEFJORDEN: NORWAY FJORD TUNNEL FOR VEHICLES
 

An innovative $25 billion tunnel submerged in the waters of a fjord

 


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