Private-sector infrastructure executives in the U.S. are concerned that current investment in infrastructure is inadequate to create long-term economic growth, and that government ineffectiveness and poor economic conditions are more of a barrier to projects than the lack of available financing.

These are the findings of a survey of 118 U.S. executives mostly representing transportation, energy, water, sewer, and public building infrastructure providers who were polled by KPMG International, a consortium of tax, audit, and advisory firms.

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