Tariffs & Infrastructure: An Update

Have Higher Costs Slowed Infrastructure Spending?
If there is one aspect on which the major political parties can agree, it is that the nation continues to under-invest in its infrastructure and therefore, on the underpinnings of its own economic future. Despite this consensus, little headway has been made in terms of addressing America’s core infrastructure issues at the federal level. 

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Anirban Basu

Anirban Basu is Chairman & CEO of Sage Policy Group, Inc., an economic and policy consulting firm in Baltimore, MD. He is one of the Mid-Atlantic region’s most recognizable economists in part because of his consulting work on behalf of such clients as prominent developers, bankers, brokerage houses, energy suppliers, and law firms.

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