Wednesday, August 11, 2010

NZ public private partnerships policy doubts

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Govt's public private partnership policy  doubts...

A lack of analysts and suppliers are fuelling doubts surrounding the need for public private partnerships

Public projects worth more than $25 million have to consider the option of a public private partnership, but there are doubts surrounding the need for them in New Zealand.

Massey University public policy director Stuart Birkes says New Zealand may not have enough analysts and suppliers to make it worthwhile. He says it's unlikely there will so be much competition as we are such a small country.

Pushing the proverbial uphill, some claim!

National Government credibilty  beginning to peel off.

What next John key?


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