Analysis: U.S. hasn't rebuilt infrastructure as promised

10/21/2010 | Economist (free content), The

Despite talk of a historic commitment to rebuild U.S. infrastructure, many highways, bridges and railroads have not been repaired, and it increasingly looks as though they won't be anytime soon, according to The Economist. At most, $150 billion of the $787 billion stimulus was appropriated for infrastructure, and little of that has been spent.

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