WASHINGTON — Despite a renewed push this month for a national infrastructure bank, market participants are at odds over such basic issues as how it would be funded and structured and what projects should receive its help.

The lack of consensus suggests such a bank may not be created anytime soon, members of the infrastructure community said in a series of recent interviews.

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