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Greyhound strife from O'Brien inaction

Greyhound Australia will tomorrow discuss the future of its Western Australian operations after saying the state's transport minister knocked back a request for help.

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Perth
If you can't make money change it. This is a free enterprise country, although easy to mistake for a socialist regime with Kruddy... Better that your business is smaller and profitable on its own steam than bigger, un-profitable and propped up by government. Let the free-market run, build a better business, I am sick and tired of people holding a hand to government everytime they lose a few bucks, sell your house and cars...

Broome
Sam, you are missing the point. Greyhound are willing to pull out of Broome as they aren't making money (the market has dictated). The govt wants them to stay and run at a loss. Woudl you do that?

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