Infrastructure spending rises up US political agenda

Financial Times/Kiran Stacey and Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson/11-8-2018

“Under plans he unveiled this year, the government would spend more than $200bn over the next 10 years repairing parks, building roads and improving public transport. That bill died as campaign politics took over, with the administration becoming distracted by other matters and the Democrats unwilling to give the president a victory so close to the vote.”

USAGOLD note:  Some detail on a subject raised in yesterday’s DMR . . . .



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