Other than that, infrastructures provides services that contribute to the economic cycle of a country for it is relatively inelastic compared to the other sectors. Moreover, some economic infrastructures such as power generation, electricity transmission, and toll roads can be supervised, thus, raising the return predictability at an aggregate level. According to Munnel (1992), prominent Economists claimed that a country must allocate an investment for an increase in infrastructure spending because economists believed that infrastructures are the foundation for the economic growth of a country for it serves as an asset rather than being a liability (pp. 189-198). In addition, with stabilized infrastructures, there will be great economic returns, thus, providing better services for the citizens of a country (Badré,2014). Furthermore, infrastructures can open more opportunities for new businesses to arise, thus, raising the prospects of commerce in the country. Both developed and developing countries are still putting an effort to bridge the infrastructure gap to provide a better and sustainable community. In context, well developed countries in the Middle East are investing on their infrastructures so that it can serve as the backbone of their economic growth.