CHICAGO — First-term Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is banking on billions of infrastructure investment and government operating reforms, with some help on both fronts from the private sector, to help re-invigorate the city’s economy.

That was the message Emanuel — who took office a little over a year ago — sent Monday to the fiscal managers of the country’s local and state governments in his keynote address to the Government Finance Officers Association’s annual conference here.

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