About Infrastructures

Infrastructures underground pipeInfrastructures: The structures of civilization is about the fundamental building blocks of society. It is about the basic systems that support our safety, economy, food supply, educational opportunities and our future. It grew out of a long-term interest in how things work– things like electrical systems, farms, ATMs, computers and the systems that make those things work.

Infrastructures is not just about roads and rails, but it includes the basic transportation, communication and healthcare systems that everyone, in every country, depends on to survive at more than stone age levels of existence.

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Philippines infrastructure spending up 50 percent in a year

Worldwide infrastructure spending is trending upward, but the Philippines are making up for lost time. National spending there grew by almost 50% annually in the first two months of the year as the government continued to speed up project implementation.
The Philippines have a population of just under 100 million living on 7,107 islands in the Pacific Ocean. The capital Manila, combined with nearby Quezon City, forms one of the worlds major urban areas. Transportation infrastructure in the country is relatively underdeveloped. In 2003, only 3.6% of GDP went to road and rail development. Roughly 20% of the country’s roads are paved and many major river systems have limited bridgework connecting regions within single islands.
Public spending for infrastructure rose by 49.2% to P49.8 billion in January to February from the P33.3 billion recorded in the first two months of 2013, government data showed.Expenditures for the broader spending category of capital outlays likewise increased by 39.1% annually to P61.3 billion in the two-month period from P44 billion a year ago.
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