Team NZ: Private sector needs to step up – Joyce
Team NZ: Private sector needs to step up –
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce told TV
One’s Q+A programme that the private sector needs to step
up alongside the government to fund Team NZ.
says he met with the America’s Cup Team NZ board last week
at which they asked for more money.
“Yes they did, they
said that because of the delays and things they're going to
be struggling a bit for the second half of this year, and I
said to them that my view was I'm happy to go and talk to my
colleagues about it, but my sense was that they'd be seeking
to see some private sector money in alongside at this
On John Banks, Steven Joyce says he will have to
make the right decision for his electorate, for his party
and for parliament.
“they’ve got to decide how it is
they want to look as they go into the election
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