Christchurch's assets should not be off-limits when deciding how to fund the city's recovery, a business leader says.

Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce chief executive Peter Townsend urged councillors to be "brave in the big calls" during a submission to the city council's annual-plan hearings yesterday.

He said the council needed to consider all options to fund the city's rebuild, including asset sales or a sell-down of its shareholdings. The Press, 6 June

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