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NZ$5 trillion investor group supports Christchurch CallBY ELIZABETH MCARTHUR | THURSDAY, 16 MAY 2019 11:15AM
NZ Super's initiative to pressure social media companies and governments to eliminate terrorist content online has achieved a new milestone, reaching NZ$5 trillion in assets under management and throwing its weight behind a new movement.
Read more: Christchurch Call, NZ Super, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Matt Whineray, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Accident Compensation Corporation, Amazon, AMP Capital International, AMP Financial Services New Zealand, ANZ New Zealand Investments, Australian Ethical, Australian Federal Police, Church of England Pensions Board, Daily Motion, French President Emmanuel Macron, Government Superannuation Fund, HESTA, JBWere NZ, Kiwi Wealth, Media Super, Mercer Global, Milford Asset Management, National Provident Fund, Paris, VicSuper, Westpac/BT Funds
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