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NZ PM Helen Clark Visits Microsoft Headquarters

Published: Mon 26 Mar 2007 09:20 AM
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The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark, Visits Microsoft Headquarters
Visit focuses on technology solutions designed to create opportunities for New Zealand’s continued economic development and growth plans


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REDMOND, Wash., March 23, 2007 – New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark (seated, left) testing the latest productivity solutions during a visit today at Microsoft corporate headquarters. With her are (seated, right) Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and (standing, left) Helen Robinson, Managing Director, Microsoft New Zealand, and (standing, centre) Chris Liddell, Microsoft senior vice president and CFO.
During the visit, the group exchanged a broad range of ideas around technology solutions designed to create opportunities for New Zealand’s continued economic development and growth plans.
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Left to right: Chris Liddell, senior vice president and CFO, Microsoft; Prime Minister of New Zealand, Helen Clark; Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft; Helen Robinson, Managing Director, Microsoft New Zealand.


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New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark being welcomed to Microsoft's Corporate headquarters by Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO.


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New Zealand's Prime Minister Helen Clark responding to media questions following a broad exchange of ideas on the technology solutions that can assist with New Zealand's continued economic development and growth plans. (Left): Microsoft's Senior Vice-President and CFO Chris Liddell and (Right): Microsoft New Zealand's Managing Director Helen Robinson.
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