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Smart Wellington Interactive Breakfast Series

Rt. Hon. Jim Anderton
Jim Anderton, Minister for Economic, Regional and Industry, Development has been touring the country visiting regions, companies and industry groups to listen and learn as well as promoting this Labour Alliance Coalition Government's commitment to economic development. From 27 major regional tours and a range of visits and meetings, the Deputy Prime Minister has learnt that technology is having a major impact on the way this country is doing business and has an impact on where we will need to go as a nation.

"Economic development and technology - issues and opportunities."

Tuesday 20th March

7.30am to 9am

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