- October 2011: Vol. 4, Number 9

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Shop Talk: A Conversation with Jessica Bauly

by Tyson Freeman

The state of infrastructure in many countries is troubling, and few countries — from emerging to developed — are completely on track to deliver what most industry watchers believe is necessary to upgrade, let alone improve upon, their infrastructure. A recent survey of U.K. firms about the state of domestic infrastructure, Making the Right Connections: CBI/KPMG Infrastructure Survey 2011, illustrates the concern being raised in the United Kingdom, a country that has rated well with regard to infrastructure delivery in the past. Institutional Investing in Infrastructure assistant editor Tyson Freeman recently discussed the survey results with Jessica Bauly, head of infrastructure of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), one of the United Kingdom’s largest business organizations.

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