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Tech-tonic shift: How can policies unleash the tech sector?

Henry Burrell
Mon, 05 Oct 2020

Henry Burrell
Mon, 05 Oct 2020
Just over two weeks out from the election and only two of New Zealand’s political parties, National and the Greens, have announced a technology policy.The former’s proposal to introduce a minister for technology faintly echoes Labour’s failed push to give NZ its first chief technology officer in 2018, while the Greens’ plan for “digital inclusion” seeks to make connected devices more affordable for low income families.The Greens also said they would establish a digital export office and encourage government d...

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