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PETER GRIFFIN: Nats' tech policy a real point of difference

Peter Griffin
Thu, 24 Sep 2020

Peter Griffin
Thu, 24 Sep 2020
It was 45 minutes into Tuesday night’s political leaders’ debate on TV1 and, remarkably, Judith Collins was talking about the technology sector.“We have a huge sector right now that Miss Ardern doesn’t seem to know about and that’s the tech sector,” she told debate host John Campbell.“That is worth $8 billion to us, that is enormous,” she added, the briefing notes for the National Party’s NZ Tech 2030 Plan, which was released on Monday, still clearly fresh in her mind.Technology and innovati...

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