Communications Minister Stephen Conroy says the opposition of "selectively reading" an OECD report critical of the National Broadband Network and was using it as a "cloak to hide behind" in its political campaign to the delay the network roll-out.
An enterprise bargaining agreement signed between the NBN Company and key unions should be enough to enable the construction of the National Broadband Network without the direct risk of a wages-led cost blow-out, Communications Minister Stephen Conroy has told the Senate.
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