"Auckland City Council is pro-business"
16 November 2004
"Auckland City Council is
We recognise the vital role the city plays
in the national and regional economy and have set up a new
economic development committee specifically to address the
issues facing the sector.
If arts, culture and the
city’s heritage are the heart of Auckland, sustainable
business is its lifeblood.
I’ve been a businessman for
35 years and gave a commitment to the business community
that I would be a champion for them.
This council will be
formally considering its financial policy direction for the
first time on Thursday at the first Annual Plan Direction
Setting meeting. Ensuring we foster the health of our
business community is a top priority.
We are a team, we
are a focused team and we will be working hard for business
I look forward to giving you more
information next Wednesday morning at a special breakfast
briefing where I will be speaking about my vision for the
future of Auckland’s
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