Blackstone, Other Private-Equity Firms May Sit Out Infrastructure Push

By WSJ.com US News
2018.02.13. 21:54
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Private-equity firms raised a record sum for infrastructure investment last year, aided by President Donald Trump’s promise to pump a trillion dollars into America’s aging roads and bridges. That was the easy part. Spending it is another matter....



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