The Impact Assess of Financing for Technological Development and Infrastructure Development


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This article is discussed about experience of Australia and India in the financing of infrastructure projects.In connection with the financing of infrastructure projects can be said that the need for enterprise-wide, Therefore, there is more attention to the use of private sector investment in this area. Infrastructures have a special considerations due to high costs and long payback period for the financing that only major funds can finance them and Government Reduce and covers private sector risks that can enter into this field too. In Australia uses from pension funds capacity to finance infrastructure in addition to special funds and because funds are not specialist of infrastructure projects then other firms that called Financial Managers do this work. Statistics in the field of infrastructure in India shows this country in financing infrastructure projects moves from Public financing to Private financing sector.


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