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The best reform for NZVIF? Scrap it in favour of tax write-offs for investors

Ralph Shale knows how to work the system. But now he wants to change it.

Sat, 06 May 2017

Ralph Shale knows how to work the system.

During his time as chief financial officer for Rocket Lab, he helped the Auckland startup land government agency funding.

But now he wants to change the system. Or, more to the point, get rid of it all together.

Controversial Crown agencies

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