Super funds defend $5bn infrastructure investmentBY DARREN SNYDER | TUESDAY, 11 DEC 2018 12:21PM
A consortium including several of Australia's largest superannuation funds will contest allegations from the ACCC that a 2013 purchase of two New South Wales ports breached competition law.
Read more: Port of Newcastle, ACCC, Government, Port Botany, superannuation, investment, Rod Sims, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, AustralianSuper, Cbus, Federal Court, HESTA, Hostplus, IFM Investors, Tawreed Investments
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