Leaders Club Meeting “Infrastructure Development in Emerging Economies to Boost International Cooperation”
(by invitation only)
Global economic uncertainty has dominated the post-crisis decade and sparked the appearance of new approaches and measurements in social and economic development. Banks, industries, governments, and societies all required long-term sustainable development programs. Infrastructure projects and initiatives can support economic growth, create jobs, and reduce inequalities at global and regional levels. Digitalisation and global environmental protection form additional dimensions of multifaceted and cross-border infrastructure projects. These initiatives bring together actors from public and private sectors in various countries, and enable them to work together not only for economic goals, but also to implement a new model of international cooperation between cultures, nations and civilisations for common peace and prosperity. The new trends and emerging models of funding, governance, development and maintenance of infrastructure projects will be the focus of this panel session.
- Infrastructure demands and opportunities in developing countries.
- Corporate social responsibility and green finance as a part of a sustainable investment in transnational projects.
- Emerging trends in major infrastructure investments.