TeachMeFinance.com - explain Infrastructure
infrastructure -- Government-owned capital goods that provide services to the public, usually
with benefits to the community at large as well as to the direct user. Examples include schools, roads,
bridges, dams, harbors, and public buildings.
Infrastructure -- The institutions and fundamental organizations which support the basic structure of a nation's economy, among these are: the educational system, the transportation systems, the banking system, the public utilities, the water supply system, the sanitation system, the health maintenance network, the public security and safety systems, the communication systems, the postal system etc.
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