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AusIntermodel 2007
Sydney, Australia - 28th & 29th November 2007
Conference / congress

Australia's buoyant economy, driven largely by thriving exports depends on the continued and accelerated investment in transport infrastructure. 22.3 billion dollars invested under Auslink 2 is substantial, however many questions remain on the detail of allocations. What can freight transport expect to gain from the latest splurge? Why has the latest round of funding ignored the maritime sector? Does Australia have a national plan for ports? Who will pay for the long mooted north-south rail corridor? Ausintermodal , now in its 7th successful year is designed to answer your most pressing questions regarding the future of Australia's freight transport network.

Date(s):
28th & 29th November 2007

Venue:
Dockside Sydney

http://www.informa.com.au
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