The robots are coming!
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield played a clip from The Midday Report in which Stephen Grootes interviews Investec Asset Management Strategist Michael Power.
Power discussed some radical ideas of his (e.g. tax-free zones where normal labour laws don't apply) on how to avoid a jobs bloodbath.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
It’s essential to move fast!— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
The robots are coming!— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
East Africa is getting on with it.— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
We must climb on the value-added ladder.— Michael Power, Investec Asset Management
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