The New Zealand government has set a target that 5% of its annual $42bn spend on goods and services should go to Māori businesses.
Willie Jackson, Māori development minister, said the target would encourage public service agencies to be more aware of Māori-owned businesses when awarding contracts. Government agencies will be monitored to ensure they are meeting the target.
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