Thursday, September 22, 2016

Sounds fanciful

Productivity Commission calls to privatise public health and housing | Australia news | The Guardian: Social housing, public dental services and public hospitals could soon be opened to more market competition.

The Productivity Commission has said they are among six “priority areas” in the human services sector where the quality of services could be greatly improved if people are given a greater say over how they use them.
They cite services to remote communities, too, as an area where more privatisation can help.  All very improbable sounding, if you ask me...

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