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Bridge to Somewhere

Helping U.S. Companies Tap the Global Infrastructure Market

Author: Jose W. Fernandez
November/December 2013
Foreign Affairs

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International development has moved beyond charity. Gone are the days when the United States would just spend its seemingly bottomless largess to help less fortunate or vanquished countries, as it did after World War II. International development has reached a new, globally competitive stage, bringing with it enormous strategic and economic implications for the United States in the years ahead.

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