Istvan Csorogi, Director, Advisory, KPMG Zealand, says this will make it harder introduce However, have excellent governance, recognized third policy legislation high AV-focused agencies, effectiveness legislative process quality judicial system. “well-placed readiness AVs due our robust regulatory business environment,” Richard Cross, Manager, Strategic Innovation, Ministry Transport. Our relatively size compared other countries means we can be agile. regulators can-do attitude focus finding solutions removing barriers.”...
Presumably KPMG have never looked at the Housing market. And by extension the Resource Management Act, regulations and poor land use planning by the various councils.
The regulators are definitely not Agile, and they definitely don't have a "can do" attitude. In relation to the property market.
Then again, NZ has alot of younger people who are willing to spend lots of money on expensive cars. Because that is the only thing that they can aspire to, when the money needed for just a deposit for a house in Auckland. Would easily buy a brand new luxury car. (exactly the same social problem that first started happening in Japan). So that is quite a market that EV makers might be trying to target.