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Mr PRINCE replied: […] Fourth, the Auditor General’s report also recognises our efforts in achieving savings through private sector financing of the capital component of the project compared with public sector financing. The report makes it very clear that a similar financial commitment would be necessary if the hospital expansion had been publicly funded; however, as a result of the way we approached the issue, taxpayers’ funds have not been diverted for the development and the private sector has shown that it can secure funds at an attractive rate.

Dr Gallop: You can spin around so much that you should go to the winter Olympics!

Mr PRINCE: I doubt whether the ice would hold me, to be honest.

Subject: Health – Joondalup Campus: Benefits [Legislative Assembly – Questions Without Notice]

Date: 25 November 1997

Hansard reference: pp. 8586-8587 [online (p. 8586)/ (p.8587) (html)]

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