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"...long duration infrastructure assets at prices well below fundamental value."

Thursday, April 16, 2009
Capital is currently being allocated where returns are more certain, for example in regulated utility networks in developed markets.

A SQUARE :: 16Apr09 "...long duration infrastructure assets at prices well below fundamental value."
Category Infrastructure /PPP
Faculty Peter Meany
Expertise Infrastructure
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
While the near term economic outlook is uncertain, short term market volatility has created an attractive investment opportunity to acquire these high quality, long duration infrastructure assets at prices well below fundamental value.
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