Fabian lecture Wellington

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Fabian lecture from Rick Boven of New Zealand Institute on “The Plan for the Productive Economy” St John’s Church Hall, Tuesday 17th, 6pm. All welcome. I heard Rick in Auckland, he was very good.

One comment on “Fabian lecture Wellington”

  1. ZeeBop 1

    Ageing too fast? 400 pound sterling genetic test says you are? Why be productive, save for
    a retirement you are not going to see? Put Brash right in amongst the dinosaurs when a genetic
    test can measure how long you have left, the whole pension industry changes over night, no more dumping money into a government 401, or whatever, you want your money now!

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