The United Kingdom, like the U.S., faces funding gaps for its infrastructure projects. Globally, investment in infrastructure is falling short of goals by 10% to 20%, according to CG/LA Infrastructure estimates. Over the next three years, demand for infrastructure projects around the world will reach nearly $10 trillion, while funding will reach only $4.5 trillion to $5 trillion. "The world needs to invest -- and this is not just an obligation to the next generation, but a way to ensure growth now, and what might be even more important, to widen the creation of opportunities in economies around the world," said Norman Anderson, CG/LA Infrastructure president and CEO.
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