Treasurer Mike Nahan says Keystart's service won't change after nearly half of it is privatised.

Bidders sought to buy into Keystart

The state government expects to sell 40 per cent of the loan book for low-income finance provider Keystart in the second half of the year, with an expressions of interest campaign officially launched today.


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