Investing in infrastructure ‘rewards aspiration’: Albanese

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says investing into infrastructure “rewards aspiration” and “powers productivity”.

“We share an understanding that infrastructure isn’t an end in itself,” Mr Albanese said during a luncheon hosted by the Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue on Friday.

“We don’t build for the sake of it … we build to last for the long-term.

“We invest in infrastructure because we know it powers productivity, it supports growing communities, it creates jobs, it rewards aspiration, it boosts access to services, and it improves quality of life.”

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