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Europe may start investing in infrastructure again, according to an analysis by Bloomberg Intelligence that sees the appointment of Christine Lagarde as European Central Bank President as a good omen for a possible shift to an expansive policy in the sector. To date, the European Commission has planned investments of $24 billion in roads, railways, air and water transport, but it is still too little compared to the average spending by Asian countries which, thanks to the Chinese Belt and Road Initiative, are at the top of the investment rankings. The United States lags behind, and therefore must rely on public-private partnerships and infrastructural funds, which managed assets amounting to $85 billion in 2018, because so far President Donald Trump’s plan on infrastructure hasn’t taken off.

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  25/07/2019
 
INFRASTRUCTURE: EUROPE’S CHANCE TO GROW AGAIN
 

The infrastructure sector looks to Christine Lagarde, who will become ECB president in November, to re-launch investments

 


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