With a gap of $3.8 trillion, the United States has the biggest infrastructure investment gap globally. By contrast, China is forecast to invest an estimated $26.5 trillion into infrastructure up to 2040, which is only $1.9 trillion shy of the estimated investment needed.

Where does this leave the U.S. in the global infrastructure race? Chris Heathcote, GI Hub CEO discusses with News.com.au; 

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