Leaders of the G20 have met for the last time under the Saudi Presidency to address the most pressing challenges of our times, with the vision to take further steps to overcome the pandemic while building an inclusive, sustainable and resilient future for all.
The infrastructure supply gap is significant, but by focusing on four key deliverables, the G20 can support and establish new, technology-based critical networks that would be resilient in future crises.
Documents, initiatives and outcomes relating to infrastructure that have been endorsed by the G20 under various Presidencies since 2014.
New insights from the GI Hub’s Infrastructure Monitor and InfraCompass show that a strong enabling environment matters for encouraging more private infrastructure investment, regardless of income level.
Regulatory capital frameworks require banks and insurers to put aside more capital for infrastructure investments than is warranted by their historical credit performance
The latest milestone of Global Infrastructure Hub’s Brazil Country Engagement Program has been completed with a gathering of infrastructure leaders from Brazil for an inception workshop on the SOURCE platform.
The COVID-19 health crisis has highlighted the chronic underinvestment in social infrastructure around the world. Dr. Georg Inderst discusses Global Infrastructure Hub’s recently released Infrastructure Monitor 2020 report and what can be done to attract more public and private investors to social infrastructure.