Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development

Sovereign investment funds could be the answer to the SDGs

Hangzhou, China uses an artificial intelligence transportation management system called the “City Brain”. Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Marco Kamiya

Coordinator, UN-HABITAT, ai Urban Economy and Finance Branch

Winston Ma

Chairman of Advisory Board, Open Mineral

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Infrastructure investment required to achieve the SDGs (2020-2030). Image: Compiled by UN-Habitat integrating institutional reports and public websites; G20 Global Infrastructure Hub; McKinsey Global Institute; Sustainable Development Solutions Network; UNCTAD, mainly World Investment Report 2014; Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation 2019; and private sector reports.

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