APEC 2013: Investing in infrastructure to bridge the gap

APEC 2013: Investing in infrastructure to bridge the gap

APEC 2013: Investing in infrastructure to bridge the gap

How to finance infrastructure development – arguably the most important investment?

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CEOs identify power supplies as an area where development translates into greater opportunities for more businesses. Above all, more CEOs believe lifting regulatory barriers that raise costs and uncertainties around trade and long-term investments can directly support business growth.

As for improvements that could create opportunities for the economies where they are based, more CEOs pointed to clogged transit networks as a priority. They also expect that extending broadband access (and lowering the costs) to more people will create ‘significant opportunities’ for economic growth.

APEC CEOs speak on issues and business trends

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Asia Pacific in Transition: Business growth in mobile, opportunities in infrastructure

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Erwin Aksa, CEO, Bosowa Corporation

US leads business growth, China is slowing.

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Tony Nowell, CNZM Chairman, Wellington Drive Technologies and New Zealand Forest Research

As Asia Pacific economies change so do investment opportunities & need for regional agreements

US leads business growth, China is slowing.

Erwin Aksa, CEO, Bosowa Corporation - Indonesia discusses where his company sees growth in Asia Pacific as part of PwC's APEC 2013 CEO Survey.

As Asia Pacific economies change so do investment opportunities & need for regional agreements

Tony Nowell, CNZM, Chairman, Wellington Drive Technologies & New Zealand Forest Research, is optimistic about investment opportunities in China's evolving investment profile and Indonesia's rapid growth, but regional - not bilateral - agreements are needed.

Asia Pacific in Transition: Business growth in mobile, opportunities in infrastructure


Open to new ways of investing and developing infrastructure

Open to new ways of investing and developing infrastructure
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Where is infrastructure needed most?

Where is infrastructure needed most?
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