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KiwiRail says it's still making a significant investment in the rail network, despite plans to cut around 200 jobs.
The job losses are expected to be in the area of infrastructure and engineering.
Infrastructure and engineering general manager Rick van Barneveld says $750 million will be spent on the network over the next three years.
He says that's $200 million less than what the company planned to spend before the full impacts of the economic situation and Christchurch Earthquake became apparent.
But he says the revised spend is around four times more than what was spent in 2005.
This article first appeared on home.nzcity.co.nz
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