Infrastructural imperatives - Plenty of grandiose schemes but few bankable deals. Asia needs to spend massively if inadequate transport and communications are not to hold back growth. But structuring deals that private capital markets will accept tests the ingenuity of project financiers. Stable governments and credible sponsors would help.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1997, p. 77-81
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