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Comment: Privatization objectives overlooked as botched deals place ‘tax on the economy,’ ACCC’s Sims says

By Laurel Henning and James Panichi
  • 09 Feb 2020 15:32
  • 09 Feb 2020 07:17

Privatization in Australia has lost its way, leaving in its wake an uptick in unfettered monopolies and a groundswell of lawsuits involving port operators and state governments, according to Australia's top competition official. And the blame for this loss of direction, Rod Sims says, rests with the country's state governments, which have

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