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        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries
        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries

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        Institutional Investment in Infrastructure in Developing Countries

        ABSTRACT

        The link between infrastructure and economic growth is widely acknowledged—as is the infrastructure gap, which can act as a break on growth in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). Since the global economic and financial crisis, the challenges of raising financing for infrastructure projects in EMDEs are also well known. The challenges come from stretched government finances and restrictions on global bank lending. Hence much attention has been focused on the potential for institutional investors as a growing potential source of financing. This paper argues that infrastructure projects can potentially deliver long-term returns, but investments, particularly in EMDEs need to be carefully s ....read more

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        • LanguageEnglish
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