Fabian Seminar in Christchurch

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The next Fabian seminar on the Resilient Economy will be held in Christchurch on next Tuesday, 8th June.

Speakers are Rick Boven from the New Zealand Insitutue and John Walley from the Manufacturers and Exporters Association.

The title for the seminar is “Reshaping the New Zealand economy.”

The New Zealand Institute has a project on the building a competitive economy. MEA wants to see a more stable currency and more investment in the real economy.

All are welcome to come and join the debate; the seminar runs from 5:30 to 7;30 at Mancan House, 253 Cambridge Terrace. Admission is free. You can register for the seminar at www.fabians.org.nz

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