BMI Research: Australia Infrastructure Report: Global Overview

January 2010
Australia Infrastructure Report;Q1 2010, p10
Industry Profile
The article presents global overview on the new infrastructure data series released by Business Monitor International Ltd. Mexico is projected as the fifth highest infrastructure industry value due to its highest infrastructure to construction ratio with average infrastructure industry value on percentage. A table is presented which lists the infrastructure stimulus plans allocation to the U.S., China, European Union, and Japan.


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