6/5/2009

The financial crisis, and a heavy dose of politics, have slowed the rush to privatize government services. The $787 billion economic stimulus also reduced the urgency in cities and states to sell off infrastructure. "We will see a few transactions," said Fred Pollock, a vice president at Morgan Stanley Infrastructure, a private-equity fund. "But we know what we won't see -- a tidal wave of projects."

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