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[en] At the National Power New Zealand Conference in Auckland earlier this year, the question of nuclear power was raised. Political responses were predictably negative, but power industry representatives were more receptive to the possibility. (author)
[en] For the past two decades, New Zealand's nuclear-free legislation has been a source of pride and a key part of our national identity. It has generally been considered unthinkable that nuclear power could be a genuine option to meet the country's energy needs. But faced with a steadily growing demand for electricity, and increasing concern about greenhouse gas emissions, could it be time to revisit our anti-nuclear stance?
[en] In the world of international trade, brand tampering or theft can have catastrophic implications. These can extend well beyond a specific product, as this type of crime can damage a whole export industry and potentially undermine the export credibility of an entire country. (author).