Public-private partnerships and the $90 trillion infrastructure need
According to the McKinsey Global Institute, from 2015 to 2030, global demand for new infrastructure could amount to more than $90 trillion. But who is going to fund these new projects?
As global populations migrate towards cities, the need for new infrastructure has become more urgent. Oil and commodity producing countries, such as Brazil, Colombia and Peru, as well as Gulf Cooperation Council countries like Dubai, Qatar and Saudi Arabia are looking to build new roads, railways, ports, water, and power facilities as part of broader strategies for driving economic growth in non-oil sectors.
Read the full 'Bondbyer' article by Willem Sutherland, managing director, head of infrastructure finance, ING US.