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Business New Zealand

11 April 2001

BUSINESS NEW ZEALAND

From 1 May 2001 the New Zealand Manufacturers Federation will become part of a new organisation, Business New Zealand.

Business New Zealand will comprise ManFed, the New Zealand Employers' Federation, the business and sector groups associated with NZEF, and the industry groups affiliated with ManFed. The new organisation will thus be the largest and most representative advocate for business in New Zealand. It is committed to the interests of all its members and to the growth of the New Zealand economy. The interests of manufacturers in particular will remain a core focus.

As Chief Executive of the new organisation, I know that we will have a highly competent and professional staff who will bring value and depth to our future working relationship.

From 1 May, Business New Zealand's contact details will be as follows:

Business New Zealand
PO Box 1925
Wellington Telephone: (64 4) 496 6555
New Zealand Facsimile: (64 4) 496 6550
I look forward to our continuing association.


Yours sincerely

Simon Carlaw
Chief Executive

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