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.
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