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It seems that corporations have no choice but to create an infrastructure which otherwise would be public. The world is becoming a "company town".

That's a comment I read on an article on futurism website. What is the meaning of "otherwise" in this context? https://www.facebook.com/futurism/posts/859206647591869

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otherwise = alternatively; if not done, then

If the companies did not create the infrastructure, then the need for infrastructure would result in the public sector (government) creating it.