COMMENT: Should local politicians be made accountable for the decisions made by their regional ports? It is an interesting question which is currently being debated in New Zealand, where all ports have either majority or 100% regional council ownership, often through a holding company, writes Dave MacIntyre.
New Zealand Shipping Federation executive director Annabel Young has slammed a Napier Port expansion proposal as an exemplary of wasting rate-payers money that will only further over-capitalisation of the local port sector.
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