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The State Government yesterday reaffirmed its commitment to deepening Port Phillip Bay's shipping channel, but was unable to say how the $450 million project will be funded.
Its economic statement said legislation would be introduced this year to accelerate the project's planning approval and to declare it a priority for the state, subject to a satisfactory environmental effects study.
Describing the project - which would allow bigger ships access to Melbourne's port - as crucial for economic growth, Treasurer John Brumby announced an extra $14.9 million for design studies to ensure works were completed by the 2007 deadline.
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