Developing our ingenuity the key to a more sustainable future?

By Linda Sanders In Money

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24th January, 2013
New Zealand won’t become rich by digging up all our minerals and shipping them overseas – we need to be cleverer than that. But we will become better off investing wisely in our natural resources. Doing nothing is not an option. Nicholas Martin of Mt Wellington, Auckland, writes: “At the end of her article (“The business of business”, December 22), Linda Sanders wonders if she has missed something. She rightly identifies that the business of business is money, but she fails to mention that most ...

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