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Business Leaders To Share Views On Apec

Business Leaders To Share Views On Apec

Media briefing: 2002 Report to APEC Leaders

Wellington - Friday 11 October - 12.30pm

The APEC Business Advisory Council - representing private sector business leaders from the 21 APEC economies - will tomorrow (October 11) release its latest report to APEC Leaders, "Sharing Development to Reinforce Global Security". The report will be presented to APEC Leaders during their annual summit later this month.

New Zealand ABAC representatives Sir Dryden Spring and Wendy Pye will outline the report's key recommendations and give a New Zealand perspective at a media briefing:

12.30pm Friday 11 October 2002 Asia 2000 boardroom Level 7 Castrol House, 36 Customhouse Quay, Wellington

Media are invited to remain for a light lunch directly following the briefing.

Copies of the report will be available at the briefing.

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