Australian broadband network cost to public ‘makes Greece look thrifty’

The opposition has seized on a report that labels the National Broadband Network an example of “extreme government intervention”, saying it made Greece look thrifty by comparison.A report by The Economist’s Intelligence Unit concludes that Australia had more government intervention in broadband planning than any other country — including China.To read this report in The Australian in full, see:

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