Infrastructure

Infrastructure

A country’s infrastructure refers to the totality of its transportation networks and facilities (roads, buses and railways, shipping, bridges, tunnels, ports and airports), communications networks (Internet, fixed and mobile telephony hardware and software), energy and water utilities (gas, electricity, water/wastewater networks, power stations, generation, transmission and distribution networks), healthcare networks (hospitals, long-term care facilities, emergency services etc), education networks (schools, universities, training facilities), legal, law enforcement and military networks (police, armed forces, courts, prisons, judiciary etc) and other critical utilities and services, including the human capital that enables economies to function, develop and grow.

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