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  • Service: Topics, Infrastructure
  • Industry: Building materials, Technology, Energy & Natural Resources, Mining, Oil & Gas, Power & Utilities, Renewables, Water, Government, Real Estate & Construction, Transport & Logistics, Telecommunications
  • Type: White paper
  • Date: 1/03/2013

FORESIGHT: A Global Infrastructure Perspective

Foresight features global observations and our take on some of infrastructure’s hot topics, trends and issues facing our clients.

FORESIGHT: Emerging trends in 2013 

2012 was a challenging year for the infrastructure sector. Many governments around the world struggled to bring projects to market and, as a result, pipelines were thin. Financing markets continued to be tight, economic stability remained allusive and activity subdued.
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Looking ahead, the foundations for future growth are being laid and – for many markets – the prospects are exciting.

 

In this special edition of FORESIGHT, three of KPMG’s infrastructure leaders (Nick Chism, James Stewart and Stephen Beatty) look back at 2012 and share their views on the 10 trends that are expected to change the way infrastructure will be delivered in the future.

 

We hope you find FORESIGHT an interesting read, and welcome any feedback on potential topics and individuals to feature in upcoming editions.

 

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