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The floods and cyclones, plus the need for fiscal responsibility, together create a real opportunity to meet budgetary pressures and restore common sense and competition to the implementation of faster broadband. By Michael Porter.
By destroying one form of broadband to fund another, and paying off Telstra in the process, Stephen Conroy's NBN plan would kill competition and invite litigation. Only one group can stop him now. By Michael Porter.
The anti-competitive features of the NBN plan are worse than expected. By Michael Porter.
The Productivity Commission has been frozen out from scrutinising Labor's $43 billion National Broadband Network. By Michael Stutchbury
The NBN taints institutions that have underwritten our economic success. By Michael Porter.
Don't kill off cable and copper to make the NBN look viable. By Michael Porter.
Those hailing the broadband scheme would be wise to revisit the fiasco of our railways. By Jonathan Pincus.
There are better, cheaper routes to faster broadband. By Michael Porter
The government has ignored competition in rolling out the expensive NBN. By Michael Porter.
Telstra’s dominant position in all markets is not their fault. But the resulting dominance has made them inefficient and, until recently, complacent. By Michael Porter.
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