$70m investment lost because of Labor-Green experiment, Libs’ Coordinator-General needed now more than ever

Labor and the Greens have wrecked the economy and are frightening developers away, costing jobs and tens of millions of dollars in investments.

Tasmanians will be horrified to learn that the major international chocolate brand, Ferrero Rocher, wanted to invest up to $70 million in Tasmania but instead chose to invest interstate after getting trapped in the Labor-Green labyrinth of red and Green tape.

Tasmania simply cannot afford this pathetic excuse of a government anymore.

A majority Hodgman Liberal Government will appoint a Coordinator-General and give them the powers needed to make sure developments such as the Ferrero Rocher proposal get up and running as quickly as possible. 

The Coordinator-General will act as a single point of contact for businesses interested in investing in Tasmania.

The Coordinator-General will have a clear mandate to get things done, slash the red and Green tape that is currently crippling Tasmanian businesses and aggressively chase job creating investments.

This is a key part of the Liberals’ Plan for a Brighter Future, which is all about making Tasmania more attractive for investment and creating jobs.

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