Asia needs $26tn for infrastructure through 2030: ADB report
Development bank calls for private-sector funds to meet demand
A worker stands on scaffolding at a highway construction site in East Jakarta, Indonesia.
MANILA -- Asia will need $26 trillion of infrastructure investment in the 15 years from 2016 to 2030, said a report published on Tuesday by the Asian Development Bank.
According to the report, titled Meeting Asia's Infrastructure Needs, the region needs electricity supply chains to deliver power to the 400 million people who still live without electricity.
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