Rod Drury, one of the men behind Pacific Fibre's drive to install a high speed broadband cable between New Zealand, Australia and the US, talked to Radio Live this past weekend about the plan and the motivations behind it.
"It's harder for us to grow global businesses [in New Zealand], but if we can connect ourselves electronically it seems like a no-brainer. I think that it is more important for us in New Zealand than any other country in the world."
Listen to the whole interview at Radio Live
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