Asia-Pacific predicted to be a dominant driver in global infrastructure investment

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Glencore Rolleston Mine

International law firm CMS released a report today, which found that Asia-Pacific is predicted to be a dominant driver in global infrastructure investment, with Australia, Singapore and China driving the momentum and interest in the region. The CMS Infrastructure Index: A New Direction, saw four of the top 20 spots for investment attractiveness secured by APAC countries with robust economic growth across the region, ambitious renewables plans, and the world’s largest infrastructure project – China’s Belt & Road – set to reshape the continent’s landscape over the next decade.

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