The NZ cleantech companies trying to impress South Korea

The NZ cleantech companies trying to impress South Korea
NZ delegates visiting South Korea's E-Cycle Governance. (Image: Asia NZ Foundation)
Greg Hurrell
A recent cleantech trade delegation to South Korea hopes the nation’s big corporations can now see beyond our primary products and hobbit-based attractions.In late May, the Asia New Zealand Foundation (ANZF) sponsored seven NZ cleantech companies that applied for the trip. The foundation’s senior adviser for business, Ethan Jones, said NZ had a reputation overseas reputation for being clean and green. "I think some of the NZ Story data says this doesn't really help us in the tech space," Jones said....

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