Is there a difference in terms of immigration in New Zealand in city areas compared to rural areas?
Entrepreneur Ben De'Ath joins Ryan Bradley to discuss 'The Regions' and how immigration law needs to change in order to best serve the needs of farmers in Rural New Zealand.
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Mr De'Ath says migrants earn better than local people in New Zealand, and people that believe otherwise are misinformed.
He says each part of New Zealand has a different economy and therefore will have different immigration needs.
The city and rural divide in terms of immigration in New Zealand is important to consider, is there a difference?
Listen to the full audio with Ben De'Ath above.
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