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Budde: Issues remain in Opposition's NBN

Julia Talevski | April 11, 2013
Issues include unforeseen cost increases using a ageing copper network and complex regulatory issues for the rest of the telco industry

Budde said if the Opposition didn't see the NBN as a socio-economic policy, then they should abandon the NBN altogether and leave it to the private sector.

"You would only -- as a government, intervene if you believe that this is needed for a national purpose. The Opposition has so far still failed to make it clear why they believe they should spend $29.4 billion," he said.


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