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Workers supervise the pouring of cement in the construction zone of what becam the world's largest ship lock, the Deurganckdock lock, in Antwerp, Belgium, on Sept. 20, 2013. Europe's insurers and pension funds are complaining that they're being restricted from investing in similar infrastructure projects. (Photo: AP/Virginia Mayo)

(Bloomberg) — Europe’s pensions and insurers, seeking returns in infrastructure deals after asset purchases by the European Central Bank gutted yields on bonds, say they’re being crowded out again.

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