The Clinton growth strategy calls for $219.5 billion in new public investment over four years.
But in recent years both public and private investment have returned to the street.
Without public investment, the economic system isn't able to survive.
Such a policy would lead to greater public investment in the environment and education, for example.
They used their money toward private ends rather than public investment.
We can mention public investment, as some of you have done.
Under no circumstances, however, should we simply increase public investment.
We also believe that public investment in this field must be increased.
As we all know, public investment in Europe is at a very low level.
The question is, will private development follow the public investment?