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The Bartercard Gem Report 2002


The Bartercard Gem Report 2002

The Bartercard Global Entrepreneurship Monitor New Zealand 2002 (the 'GEM Report'), released today, discloses the positive link between entrepreneurship and economic growth.

GEM also reveals that New Zealand is still one of the most entrepreneurial nations in the world. To learn more about Entrepreneurship in New Zealand and the latest GEM Report, go to http://www.unitec.ac.nz/gem

The attached special Press Release is 100% virtual, and has been prepared by Kiwi entrepreneurial company ATB Cards Ltd in Auckland, New Zealand. Visit their site at http://www.atbcards.com

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