There has been no central issue that has focused the minds of Western nations and their controlled global financial institutions more clearly than that of how to finance infrastructure investment in the developing world. It is only comparable to their colonisation project.

Few doubt the significance of investment in sustainable infrastructure and the financial mobilisation thereof, not just as a part of attaining the sustainable development goals (SDGs), but also as the normal conduct of modern economic life in both developing and developed nations...

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