If HS2 is going ahead, taxpayers should relish the opportunity for it to be built at a lower cost by Chinese providers.
Dr Kristian Niemietz quoted in the New York Times
Alexander Hammond writes for City AM
Alexander said: “If the government’s preliminary discussions with the China Railway Construction Corporation do result in Chinese contractors building HS2 at a lower cost and in a faster time than is currently forecast, the British taxpayers should breathe a sigh of relief that no more of their money will be wasted on this bloated government project.”
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