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JUL 13

Manufacturing Debate - Radio New Zealand




I recently took part in a debate on Radio New Zealand, which aimed to discuss manufacturing in New Zealand and think about such questions as: Is there a crisis? If so, how could it be corrected? How can New Zealand manufacturers survive and prosper into the future? 

The conversation included Patrick O’Meara of Radio NZ, Dr Oliver Hartwich the executive director of the New Zealand Initiative and Stephen Newman, founder and chief executive of transport technology company Eroad.


tags: radio new zealand, manufacturing, exports, debate, crisis, new zealand institute, eroad
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