A Blueprint For Maori Economic Development
8th October 1999
For immediate release
A BLUEPRINT FOR MAORI ECONOMIC
Maori Affairs Minister, Hon Tau Henare,
will convene a hui later this month to prepare a
blueprint for Maori economic development.
said the hui would be the culmination of a series of
regional for a to be held throughout the country in the
next two weeks.
"We don't want a talkfest in Auckland.
What we want to do is fine-tune many of the business and
economic philosophies that I believe will come through
at the regional meetings into a workable business action
plan for Maori," he said.
"Maori must make a
positive step. I believe, that as a people, we’re in a
position to do that, and I'm looking forward to sharing
ideas with people over the coming weeks."
Ohanga will be held in Auckland on October 20 and 21.
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