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BlackRock's Fink commends Aussie infrastructureBY JAMIE WILLIAMSON | TUESDAY, 11 APR 2017 12:46PM
BlackRock chairman and chief executive Larry Fink has praised Australia's use of private capital in funding infrastructure, and said the US needs to catch up.
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