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Creativity key for U.S. to best China in infrastructure race

Biden's PGII can take lessons from successes involving private sector

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President Joe Biden speaks about the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment in Elmau, Germany, on June 26: The U.S. and its partners must adopt a more systematic strategic approach.   © dpa/AP

James Carouso leads the advisory board to the Australia chair of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington. Scot Marciel is the Oksenberg-Rohlen Fellow at the Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center of Stanford University and a former U.S. ambassador to ASEAN, Indonesia and Myanmar. Both are senior advisers at strategic advisory firm BowerGroupAsia.

The White House has styled the Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment announced by U.S. President Joe Biden in June as a $40 billion pathway to work with allies, partners and the private sector to offer sustainable, green infrastructure alternatives.

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