About Veronica WeeVeronica Wee is a capacity building and training associate at ADBI.
Land value capture methods can fill budget gaps in infrastructure projects while promoting sustainable transit-oriented development.
Comprehensive infrastructure projects have proven to be efficient in reducing poverty, community burdens, and production costs and raising competitiveness within and between regions. However, investment in specific forms of infrastructure can help balance the trade-offs between huge infrastructure demand and scarce financial resources, especially in developing countries.
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