Private concerns still to gauge value of QR assets
The long slow fuse is burning on the sale of Queensland Rail – a sale that will change the face of Australian rail. But precisely what will emerge when the vapour disperses and a plan finally sees the light of day? PAUL BUGLER* analyses the situation
The original plan announced by Queensland premier Anna Bligh in June this year was to sell all QR’s non-passenger assets, both the freight business and the non-metropolitan track.
This was modified in August with a commitment to sell...
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