Get politics out of infrastructure investment: Jones

Sophie Boot
Fri, 17 Aug 2018

By Gavin Evans Aug. 17 (BusinessDesk) - An independent infrastructure agency the government hopes to have operating late next year may help take the politics out of development decisions, Infrastructure Minister Shane Jones says. The new body will provide expert advice, planning and strategy, and help support the delivery of major infrastructure projects across the country, Jones said in notes for a speech at the Building Nations symposium in Auckland today. It will be a one-stop shop for investors, linking people to procurement entiti...

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