Forecast: $57T needed to advance world's infrastructure

12/9/2013 | CNBC

Some private-equity firms have started to finance infrastructure deals around the globe. McKinsey predicts the world needs some $57 trillion over the next 15 years or so to "support economic growth expectations, mostly to finance roads, power and water-related projects," writes Lawrence Delevingne, and investors are eager to jump on board. However, experts warn that profiting from infrastructure investment is not a given, and P3s are not necessarily a "panacea."

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