Electricity investment and ICT adoption seem to be positively correlated. There is probably some degree of causation.
Human capital - the skills, health, knowledge, resilience attained by people - determines the extent to which countries can realize full productivity potential of their people. A strong positive correlation exists between infrastructure quality and human capital development across countries.
There is a strong positive correlation between better infrastructure and the extent to which companies have a diverse workforce.
Countries that have lower levels of total infrastructure investment per capita are more likely to experience higher air pollution rates.
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Mortality rates attributed to household and ambient air pollution are strongly negatively correlated to total infrastructure investment per capita.
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