Boosting Productivity in the Services Sector - Report
Boosting Productivity in the Services Sector - 2nd
interim report released
Commission has just released the 2nd interim report for its
inquiry into Boosting
Productivity in the Services Sector.
This report examines two topics important to
raising services-sector productivity: increasing successful
application of information and communications technology by
service firms, and stimulating competition in service
markets. Draft recommendations include ways to encourage
consumers to put more competitive pressure on service
suppliers, improve competition law, raise the level of ICT
skills in the workforce and increase the uptake of cloud
We appreciate the high quality feedback and
submissions that we have received already in this
inquiry. We are seeking submissions on the questions,
findings and recommendations over the next month.
Submissions may be made:
by e-mail: email@example.com
postal address: PO Box 8036, Wellington
Submissions close on 7 March and the Commission
will deliver the final report to Government by the end of
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