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Chinese-owned science park developer comes to NZ with big ideas

TusPark is the world's biggest developer of incubators, science parks and ‘technology cities’ – and wants to see one established here.

Tus Holdings (TusPark parent company) HQ in Beijing.

Dita De Boni Wed, 01 Nov 2023

A major Chinese technology park developer is set to visit New Zealand in coming weeks to scope out the possibility of setting up a local innovation and incubation tech park, which proponents say will further cement business cooperation between New Zealand and China. 

Chinese owned TusPark, which

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