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Infrastructure company ATEC says it will be able to complete two major rail projects in southern Queensland on time.
The company has won approval to build a border railway between Toowoomba and Moree.
It is also part of a consortium that is about to build the Surat Basin rail link between Toowoomba and Gladstone.
Chairman Everald Compton says they are both billion-dollar projects but he is confident they will secure the money to finish the projects in 2013.
"There is money around for good infrastructure projects, there's no money around for speculative projects," he said.
"We don't believe we'll have a problem unless the world recession starts getting worse again and the economists tell us it's not going to, but as things stand at the moment we don't see a problem."
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