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Tech and RSI crucial for economic growth: where’s the policy?

Governing Interest: Industry players want ambitious, connected strategies on research, science, and innovation – backed by more dollars.

Datacom CEO Greg Davidson speaks with Fiona Rotherham.

There has been a lot of rhetoric over the years from successive governments about the importance of research, science, innovation (RSI) and technology to the growth of New Zealand’s economy.

But the benefits from investing more in the sectors are largely absent from both the debate and policy

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Fiona Rotherham Tue, 25 Jul 2023
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