Riding China’s infrastructure boom

China knows that its model for financing infrastructure is broken. Now opportunities are emerging for private and foreign investment to step in.

Tony Abbott famously declared he wants to be known as an “infrastructure Prime Minister”.

China, it is worth noting, has had infrastructure leaders for well over 20 years. Since 1992, China has on average plowed over 8.5 per cent of its annual GDP into infrastructure – far exceeding what any other region or country spends. 


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