What Is Infrastructure?
Infrastructure is said to be the tangible aspects such as roads, railways, transportation, electricity and so on which are indispensible to the day-to-day functioning of an economy. The state of the infrastructure is instrumental in determining whether the economy is a developed or developing economy. Infrastructure assets include: toll roads, airports, communication assets such as broadcasting and telecom towers, materials-handling facilities such as docks, rail facilities and other transport assets, and utilities such as electricity, power lines and gas pipelines. Companies/Sectors that are directly connected to infrastructure include energy, real estate, power and metals. Companies/Sectors that are indirectly connected to infrastructure include banking, finance and transportation.