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Borrowing attempt to hide failures

Tuesday 4 July 2017 | Published in Local

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Borrowing attempt to hide failures
Finance minister Mark Brown has come under attack for government's plans to borrow more money for infrastructure needs. 17070227

Alarm bells are ringing and ringing louder each day as we edge towards the general elections. Last week in CI News, Minister of Finance Mark Brown announced plans by the government to borrow money from overseas banks and agencies for “infrastructure needs”. Two immediate questions spring to my mind.

Alarm bells are ringing and ringing louder each day as we edge towards the general elections. Last week in CI News, Minister of Finance Mark Brown announced plans by the government to borrow money from overseas banks and agencies for “infrastructure needs”. Two immediate questions spring to my mind.


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