Today the GI Hub launched the InfraTracker of G20 governments’ investment in infrastructure. InfraTracker is an open access tool that shows how much G20 countries invested in infrastructure in 2022, and how they allocated this investment. It is the first tool of its kind and scale to be developed with the cooperation of G20 governments.
How InfraTracker data can help you
Our main aim with InfraTracker is to help governments learn from each other’s experiences as they shape infrastructure programs and budgets to achieve the best outcomes. We surveyed our government stakeholders about the InfraTracker data, and they told us they would use the data from other countries to: (1) help them identify innovative solutions, incentives, and polices; (2) benchmark with peer countries; and (3) gain visibility of national spending trends.
InfraTracker also responds to the private sector request for a transparent view of government spending priorities. When we surveyed private sector investors, asset managers, advisors/consultants, and contractors, they indicated they would use InfraTracker’s investment in infrastructure estimates to support business development strategies and gain visibility of spending trends.
InfraTracker will be updated annually.
What you can do with InfraTracker
With the interactive InfraTracker data tool, you can track, visualise, and compare G20 countries’ infrastructure investment. See all the following, for the G20 overall and for each G20 country:
Click to view the InfraTracker
We gratefully acknowledge the leadership and support of the Indonesian G20 Presidency in 2022 and the Indian G20 Presidency in 2023 for the InfraTracker.
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