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For our avid readers, try going to the NZ Initiative and reading "About Us" http://nzinitiative.org...Basel Brush III Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
It should not be surprising given our real interest rates are among the highest in the "OECD world...Stephen Hulme "A rate curve inversion is coming"
Not sure what you're saying: NZ competes with lower income nations (for ex, China, Thailand, Vietnam) and...J.C. Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
I liked the part where they claimed to be 'reputable', assuming we'd be dopey enough to just take...Kakapo Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
. Foreign investment enhances our global competitiveness by bringing foreign capital, technologies,...Craig Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
Plutocracy Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
Jenesa makes one of the best cases for non-censorship that I have seen. It shows how to make a fool of...Basel Brush III Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
It is not just "property rights". Land is a special case that is separate from all other forms of...murray86 Does foreign ownership threaten patriotism?
What I really struggle with in the Auckland market is the speed with which prices have increased post 2008/09...JesseP 'House prices will drop by up to 25%'
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Boatman Double digit rent increases for many in December
Craig Inflation below RBNZ target
xelnaga Real estate agency commissions top $1 billion
PeterPen Bernard's Top 10 at 10
muntijaqi $551,689 house, $1 million in mortgage repayments
Postman Pat Auckland house prices 'an abomination'
JB Fixation with short-term news delivers false security
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