Dancing with Giants: An insider's view of the world of infrastructure finance

Everything is large, including the risks. Two experts in the field offer insights on what works and what does not.

A coal-fired power plant in Liaoning, China. PHOTO: REUTERS
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Infrastructure has come under the spotlight recently, with the United States’ US$1 trillion (S$1.3 trillion) Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act signed into law in November 2021 - a move that will see the roads, ports, water and power systems of the world’s richest nation repaired after decades of neglect and under-funding.

Closer to home, Singapore has made its own waves in the region’s sustainable infrastructure journey as Asean's largest green finance market.

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