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Tech sector dominates exporter MIQ pilot applications

Henry Burrell
Fri, 01 Oct 2021

The pilot will see 25 MIQ spots allocated for November and 25 for December. (Image: Getty)
Henry Burrell
Fri, 01 Oct 2021
New Zealand Trade & Enterprise (NZTE) has received 171 applications for its 50-place exporter managed isolation (MIQ) allocation pilot.81 of these applications were from companies that consider themselves in the technology and services sector, the most represented industry.NZTE will allocate 25 MIQ rooms in November and 25 in December to people from companies who need to travel overseas for essential business and then return to NZ as the country’s border restrictions remain tightly controlled.On Monday, NZTE general manager responsibl...

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