S&P talks to PFI about Juncker’s plan to kick start the European economy

In a recent article PFI examines the European Commission’s (EC) ambitious plan to rejuvenate the Eurozone’s economy through greater infrastructure spending. This so-called “Juncker Plan”, named after the EC president Jean-Claude Juncker, has identified a pipeline of 2,000 projects worth an estimated €1.3 trillion. In the article Mike Wilkins, Managing Director, Infrastructure Finance Ratings at Standard and Poor’s comments on how this huge wish list of projects must be refined and made more viable if the plan is to be successful.

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