Summary of The $2 Trillion Question
How Can Leaders on Both Sides of the Pacific Take Advantage of America’s Infrastructure Crisis?
America can’t afford to modernize its outdated infrastructure, but Asia can.
Policy researcher Patrick Sabol exposes the cracks in America’s outmoded infrastructure and urges the US government to take decisive action to upgrade the nation’s capital assets. Sabol suggests four steps to lure foreign investment to US shores, fostering a “win-win” outcome for all. getAbstract recommends this clear, brief article to central and local government representatives tasked with kick-starting infrastructure projects in their constituencies.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why the United States needs greater investment in its infrastructure,
- How the nation can attract overseas investors and
- How Asian investors can secure more US capital investment tenders.
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