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Future of Infrastructure

icon_VIG_Infrastructure-Dev.gifThe global investment in infrastructure development is expected to cross $27 trillion by 2025, with Asia-Pacific (APAC) accounting for 37% share and with expected investments of $10.50 trillion from 2010 to 2025.

Transport: New corridors will form connecting economic clusters to enable better trade and use of technology. Large investments are expected to be made in the Northern American and APAC region.

Water: The water infrastructure ecosystem, including dams, reservoirs, and drinking water supply systems will be the key focus areas of governments worldwide, to ensure water security and economic development. Ageing infrastructure will be replaced, capacity will be increased, and operational efficiency will be improved.

Power: Energy hungry developing nations will need to up their game in power generation by investing substantial amounts in their existing infrastructure.

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