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Qld scoping studies on asset sales to remain in the dark

Amy Remeikis reports in the Brisbane Times (19.12.14) that ‘Queenslanders will remain in the dark over what their state assets are truly worth until after the government has sold them. … With public feedback telling the government a sale was unpalatable, the vernacular switched from sales to leases for the “strong choice final plan”. Mr Nicholls said the government would not be pushed into releasing any information from the scoping studies ahead of its schedule, despite the NSW government move.’ This means that details will be kept hidden until after the 2015 Queensland election.

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