Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development

Is this the simple solution that could fix public funding?

Poor infrastructure means people in São Paulo spend one month per year sitting in traffic. Image: REUTERS/Nacho Doce

Dag Detter

Former director at Sweden’s Ministry of Industry, Sweden’s Ministry of Industry

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