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Tony Baldwin Launches New Web Site

Baldwin Launches New Web Site

Lawyer and strategist, Tony Baldwin, has launched a new web site, which includes a library of key articles on recent electricity reforms and dairy reforms.
Baldwin was closely involved electricity, producer board, Treaty and commercial law reforms through the 1990s.

The library section of his new web site draws together key articles on the dairy and electricity industries.

The dairy section on Baldwin’s new web site presents views from a variety of players. It also includes two interesting slide presentations on the industry’s evolution and future challenges.

Baldwin specialises in providing outstanding commercial, public policy and project management services to corporate and government clients.

He has an extremely strong track record of achieving clients' objectives.

Baldwin has particular dexterity in working with specialists across many fields, adding significant value to multidisciplinary teams solving complex problems.

1 June 2006

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