Pro-poor public-private partnerships in infrastructure have clear advantages to support poverty alleviation.
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Participants at the Global Infrastructure Forum 2018 agreed that scaling up infrastructure investment requires nuance, innovation, and cooperation.
When land value is created, shared, and reinvested, it spurs a virtuous cycle of urban infrastructure development.
Asia needs to attract more private sector investment to close its infrastructure gap. Here’s how it can happen.
ADB-financed projects are good for American businesses and for developing countries in Asia-Pacific, explains Vice-President Stephen Groff.
The country is a prolific builder, but its infrastructure investment needs are and will continue to be enormous.
The success of development finance should also be measured by the amount of private finance it can catalyze.
Quality infrastructure may cost more in the beginning, but is worth the extra investment.
Creating a bankable project is not enough to automatically mobilize financing.
The region’s infrastructure bond market is still at a nascent stage.