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Infrastructure - General

Financial Crisis and Infrastructure

INFRA_thumb.JPGThe global financial and economic crisis is expected to severely impact infrastructure services in developing countries, as governments are faced with shrinking resources and private financing flows are declining. Experience from previous crises has shown that infrastructure investments often bear the brunt of shrinking public expenditure at the national and sub-national levels. (more..)

Sustainable Infrastructure Action Plan

Sustainable Infrastructure Action PlanThe World Bank Group’s Sustainable Infrastructure Action Plan (SIAP), for Fiscal Year 2009-11 follows up on the Infrastructure Action Plan (IAP), FY04-07 to revitalize the institution’s engagement in infrastructure. SIAP supports a renewed commitment to client countries to improve the reach and quality of infrastructure service delivery in a sustainable manner through increased financial and analytical support and leverage. (more...)

Financing Infrastructure

Infrastructure Economics

Private Participation in Infrastructure

Regulating Infrastructure