The Person Who Is In Charge Of Deciding Who Wins Sydney's Casino Wars Says 'argy-bargy' Normal

David Murray, the former Future Fund chairman who is evaluating Crown and Echo’s casino proposals says the public back-and-forth won’t affect his decision.

In an article in the AFR, he also says the “argy-bargy” is normal in any competitive transaction.

You can read the full article here.

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