Infrastructure investments of the $787bn US stimulus package have provoked mixed reviews, writes Jeremy Lemer
Billions need to be spent on infrastructure projects over the next 25 years in developed and developing nations. This report looks at infrastructure investment plans in Russia, Libya, the US and China, as well as the challenge of financing the spurt in infrastructure development.
As countries invest in new infrastructure, maintaining what already exists is proving to be difficult, writes Nicholas Timmins
One measure that can help governments create jobs as they recover from the recession is infrastructure investment, writes the World Bank’s Jamal Saghir
The international infrastructure industry remains at high risk of corruption, writes Michael Peel
A massive infrastructure development drive holds opportunities for foreign investors, writes Heba Saleh
The recession has affected budgets for major infrastructure projects, writes Charles Clover