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    I imagine that there is enough public spending capacities and private enterprise potentials to have more or renovated...
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    Accelerating Infrastructure Improvements with Better Public Policies that Tap Private Investment
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    Also, China allocates 9% of their national budget to infrastructure spending while in the U.S. it’s less than 2%…. Holy...
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