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Infrastructure spending will help stop the housing bubble

Australian Greens Treasury spokesperson, Senator Peter Whish-Wilson, today responded to comments by the Reserve Bank Governor and the IMF regarding infrastructure and housing.

Senator Whish-Wilson said, “The RBA and the IMF have once again laid out the case for increasing government borrowing to invest in infrastructure.

“The Greens went to the last federal election with a detailed policy for a nation-building infrastructure program, that included restructuring infrastructure financing and a focus on transitioning our economy to become 100% renewable.

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Industry Super calls for more government infrastructure investment in alignment with Greens policy

Senator Whish-Wilson said, “Industry Super funds should be commended for their long-term investment strategy that sees them more willing to invest in nation-building infrastructure than other super funds.

"The Greens were the only party that took a costed infrastructure policy to the election that took advantage of the low cost of borrowing to significantly increase our nation's infrastructure investment.

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Industry Super calls for more government infrastructure investment in alignment with Greens policy

Senator Whish-Wilson said, “Industry Super funds should be commended for their long-term investment strategy that sees them more willing to invest in nation-building infrastructure than other super funds.

"The Greens were the only party that took a costed infrastructure policy to the election that took advantage of the low cost of borrowing to significantly increase our nation's infrastructure investment.

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Australian Greens to Submit Bass Strait Sea Highway Proposal to Parliamentary Budget Office.

The Australian Greens recently met with a group proposing  that Bass Strait should be officially classified as part of Australia’s National Highway network, the concept has been championed for nearly 20 years by Mr Peter Brohier.

 Today the Party announced they will be submitting  to the parliamentary budget office a proposal to estimate the costs of such a proposal, and how this may assist a long term solution to fix the challenges of freight across Bass Strait.

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