The US is in trouble. Its infrastructure is in dire need of repair, but the heavily indebted country cannot afford to pay for it. All the more surprising then that the overtures of private – and in many cases foreign – capital are being met with resistance. Geraldine Lambe investigates why the land of the free is so reluctant to embrace private money.

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