01.11.2010 - CIC's Zhou says U.S. should spend much more on infrastructure
From Bloomberg: U.S. infrastructure-spending plans are “too little, too late” and should be increased in preference to quantitative easing, said Zhou Yuan, head of asset allocation at China’s $300 billion sovereign wealth fund. Proposed spending of about $500 billion over six years on infrastructure should be doubled, Zhou said in an interview on Oct. 30. China Investment Corp. may invest, and wouldn’t expect to own completed projects, he said. “Infrastructure of this kind will serve to provide more jobs” than further quantitative easing, Zhou said in New York, while attending a conference hosted by the Chinese Finance Association. Low interest rates in the U.S. are his “top concern,” he said...........................................Full Article: Source
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