Oleh Khalayim, World Bank
Governments around the world try to attract private investors to infrastructure projects because public coffers cannot cover the costs and may not be suited for financing modern infrastructure solutions.
Investors finance infrastructure mostly through fixed-income debt instruments. It is easier to find private investors for infrastructure sectors like telecoms, airports, and ports. Government support is needed for regulated utilities and social infrastructure, such as educational and medical facilities and sewage and solid waste management.
Learn about a tool implemented in MATLAB® for simulating cash flows across a variety of scenarios that support decisions for investing in infrastructure projects by the World Bank.
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