'Net Zero Matchmaking': UK green trade handbook aims to link UK and antipodean tech firms

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(L-R) Damien O'Connor, NZ's Minister of Agriculture, Trade & Export Growth, and International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan | Credit: DIT
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(L-R) Damien O'Connor, NZ's Minister of Agriculture, Trade & Export Growth, and International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan | Credit: DIT

Handbook for UK, Australian, and New Zealand firms has been developed by the Department for International Trade in partnership with PwC and Tech Nation

British climate tech companies could be linked up with businesses in Australia and New Zealand working on green solutions through a new 'matchmaking' and advice project launched by the UK's Department...

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