By Hayley Channer on 03 May 2021
Indo-Pacific | Indo-Pacific Politics
Developing countries in the Indo-Pacific are in dire need of critical infrastructure to support their burgeoning markets and populations. Australia, the US, and Japan have launched trilateral efforts to bridge the infrastructure gap but recognise they require private sector buy-in to increase their impact. However, the private sector has not been interested in partnering with government. Why is this?
This report by Hayley Channer examines the Australia-US-Japan infrastructure partnership, identifies the remaining barriers to public-private infrastructure partnerships, and recommends solutions for government.
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