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28 Jul 16, 3:02pm
Self proclaimed urban planning tragic Matthew Paetz looks at the key rules for intensification in the Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan
27 Jul 16, 11:17am
Survey showed farmers’ spending intentions for the coming year remain negative and have barely budged since the last survey
24 Jul 16, 9:02am
For the best part of three decades, George Rozvany was inside the multinational tax avoidance industry. Now, he lifts the lid on the perpetrators, the world’s most powerful oligopoly. Michael West reports
23 Jul 16, 8:21am
Ranjana Gupta says a land tax would broaden the tax base, depress land speculation, reduce the burden of tax on income, and shift taxation more to wealth
21 Jul 16, 8:29pm
National extends lead over Labour to highest in over a year. Pollster Roy Morgan says its because Government unveiled a $1 billion housing infrastructure fund
19 Jul 16, 10:11am
Lee Jong-Wha believes that, with the right approach, the Asian giant can avoid its neighbours' mistakes - if they change course now
18 Jul 16, 9:04am
Cameron Preston crunches the numbers to see what's in it for insurers to delay settling Canterbury earthquake claims
16 Jul 16, 9:02am
Julie Ann Genter says, while the Paris agreement is not perfect, but it does constitute a global political mandate for action on climate change, and signals the end of the fossil fuel era sometime in the coming decades
14 Jul 16, 5:00am
Mike Ebstein says payment cardholders have increasingly embraced credit and charge cards as a payment option whilst more aggressively managing the resultant card balances
11 Jul 16, 10:12am
'Regulations that limit the stock of housing suitable for younger people, such as height restrictions and view shafts, need to be axed and pronto'
8 Jul 16, 10:02am
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub on the many sides of Brexit, global politics, globalisation, internet piracy, the Olympic curse, Australia's election mess, Australia's Trump & more
6 Jul 16, 10:16am
EY's Rees Logan says dairy farms that survive the current downturn will be leaner, more agile and resilient
5 Jul 16, 10:02am
EY's Rees Logan suggests our highly profitable banks are playing a long-term and responsible game with struggling dairy farmer borrowers
2 Jul 16, 10:07am
Peter Neilson says it is time for central banks to phase out Quantitative Easing and super low interest rates and for the politicians to start leading again on economic policy
1 Jul 16, 10:02am
CMC Markets NZ general manager Chris Smith on George Soros's views of Brexit, bond market blues, peace breaks out in the oil market, China and the new global monetary order, & more
30 Jun 16, 11:36am
EY points out that double tax agreements with 43 countries mean NZ can't impose new property taxes on their nationals unless we apply them to New Zealanders as well
29 Jun 16, 12:18pm
George Friedman argues the European Union, not Britain, is the weaker player after the Brexit vote
29 Jun 16, 10:18am
Andrew Cornell says the worst case Brexit knock-on effect for the global economy and banking industry would be a large-scale retraction of globalisation and a retreat into simplistic nationalism
28 Jun 16, 12:24pm
Michael Field reports on what is happening on the 'Kermadec fence' where high tech operations by Chinese boats are taking vast numbers of fish in our backyard
28 Jun 16, 5:05am
Ewen McCann suggests a plan of action for policymakers if house prices fall and that triggers bank failures. He sees a place for a lottery
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