Tax Measures Seen as Essential for Big Infrastructure Programs
Experts debate raising money from repatriation of offshore profits and tout the importance of municipal bonds.
The time is right for a major legislative deal to deliver up to a trillion dollars in federal funding for American infrastructure over the next decade, U.S. Rep. John Delaney told a gathering in the nation’s capital in December. And while Delaney, a Democrat from Maryland, emphasized the federal government’s role, others at the meeting focused on state, local and private funding of infrastructure needs.
The half-day conference was sponsored by The Intersector Project, an organization founded by New York businessman and former Carter administration official Frank A, Weil. Its premise is that major projects necessitate cooperation by the public, private and nonprofit sectors, and its purpose is to encourage this as the nation approaches its societal and economic goals….
- 10 Mar, 2017
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