It is obvious that transport infrastructure will always be a key part of the economic success of the region. Goods must not only be manufactured but also delivered. It is no accident that it is precisely around large infrastructure projects that real political battles are unfolding. Whole percentage points of a countrys GDP can depend on a railway line of a port being built in one location or another. How does industry respond to such dilemmas what role can it play in the space from the Atlantic to the Pacific? Is it about cooperation or competition among the countries when it comes to large complex cross-country infrastructure projects?