Sydney Ferries' management privatisation moves forward

June 2011
Ausmarine;Jun2011, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
The article announces that the management privatization of Sydney Ferries will be conducted by the New South Wales Government with the goal of providing improved and expanded services to the commuters.


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