New Zealand has a new government, a colaition between Labour and New Zealand First supported by a confidence and supply agreement with the Green Party.
Cabinet positions have been confirmed, with Clare Curran to be minister of broadcasting, communications and digital media.
Policies are also emerging, with the new government setting a goal of two per cent of GDP to be invested in research and development over ten years.
But a host of other policies, from regulation to employment and immigration, could also bear on the ICT industry.
It's still early days, but Reseller News wants to gauge the industry's sentiments through a simple survey - click here to complete.
The poll is very quick and will allow Reseller News to break down sentiment by different sectors of the industry, with a free text field also allowing readers to briefly highlight the issues or thoughts that matter most to them and their business.
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