NZ seeks advice from small advanced economies

Thu, 23 Aug 2012

Aug 23 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand is to host a meeting of what the government is calling "small advanced economies", involving Singapore, Denmark, Finland, and Israel, in Auckland in November, to try and kick-start international collaboration with better-performing countries of similar size. Prime Minister John Key and Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce announced the initiative at a Royal Society event in Auckland, as part of a drive to improve commercialisation of New Zealand intellectual property. The announcement follows the lau...

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