Infrastructure Australia calls for sale of ports
Statutory adviser, Infrastructure Australia (IA), has called for a mass sale of government-owned assets, including ports, to the private sector to reverse Australia’s infrastructure deficit and to fund new development.
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IA has identified that more than $100bn of commercial infrastructure assets on Australian government balance sheets.
Assets identified include ports and freight rail infrastructure.
“Today, the costs to governments of operating and maintaining these assets often far outweigh the benefits to the...
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