Markets are testing their emergency trading breaks and the global economy looks like a shrinking violet. Central bank balance sheets are already stretched to their limits. Large-scale infrastructure projects are one of the few levers left to mobilise public resources and stimulate the economy.

How fast we can get infrastructure rolling may determine how quickly we recover from what seems to be an inevitable coronavirus recession...

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