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Call for PFI projects to be axed

4th May 2011

The NHS Confederation called for a measured debate about the future of PFI schemes following the National Audit Office’s call for major PFI projects to be axed or renegotiated.

Acting chief executive Nigel Edwards said such a debate is necessary about the future of PFI schemes to avoid "discouraging future private investors from supplying capital for large projects". The NAO wants civil servants to use the state’s huge buying power to obtain better deals, and boost their skills to avoid being outwitted by private sector counterparts.

 

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Article Information

Title: Call for PFI projects to be axed
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 18362
Date Added: 4th May 2011

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