Electric and driverless cars could boost Australia’s economy by $92 billion by 2050, a rise of two to three percent over projected GDP without new mobility, according to a new study.
New Zealand competition regulator, the Commerce Commission, and the Electricity Authority, have initiated a joint project to assess how new technologies and business models emerging in the country’s electricity sector might benefit consumers in the future.
Australia’s police forces expect that they will need new digital skills to be effective in their roles over the next three to five years, according to a newly published survey.
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RSPs increasing their collective share from 6.8% to 7.1%? That's within the band for statistical error.