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Is the US a Third World country when it comes to infrastructure? RT's Boom Bust investigates

Is the US a Third World country when it comes to infrastructure? RT's Boom Bust investigates
RT’s Boom Bust show presents the second part of a special project that looks into the quality of the US infrastructure. Even President Trump admitted that, when it comes to airports, the US is like a Third World country.

Infrastructure is one of the major issues in the US as it affects the lives of millions of people and billions of dollars in the world’s largest economy. In this part of the project, the show analyses the situation with US airports, pipelines and other energy infrastructure, schools and trucking. All this and more on Boom Bust!

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