CNBC Debate

A major driver of infrastructure demand is expected to come from Asia's growing economies. McKinsey research suggests that by 2030, new infrastructure demand in the region could amount to $38 trillion. Estimates however, suggest a financing gap of $21 trillion in total or $1.4 trillion annually, and mobilizing private capital is key to fulfilling that gap. A major driver of infrastructure demand is expected to come from Asia's growing economies. Martin Soong hosts The CNBC Debate perspective on plugging Asia's infrastructure gap from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank's annual meeting in Jeju,

A major driver of infrastructure demand is expected to come from Asia’s growing economies. McKinsey research suggests that by 2030, new infrastructure demand in the region could amount to $38 trillion. Estimates however, suggest a financing gap of $21 trillion in total or $1.4 trillion annually, and mobilizing private capital is key to fulfilling that gap. A major driver of infrastructure demand is expected to come from Asia’s growing economies. Martin Soong hosts The CNBC Debate perspective on plugging Asia’s infrastructure gap from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank’s annual meeting in Jeju,