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Business
Business
18th Oct 21, 10:43am
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Gary Hughes says perhaps the AML/CFT Statutory Review is a prime opportunity to remind policy-makers that small steps can be taken to ‘right-size’ the rules for local conditions
News
News
18th Oct 21, 7:19am
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Energy shortages drive some key commodity prices higher; China sends anti-corruption units to all main banks; US retail sales strong; Aussies to adopt a carbon goal; UST 10yr 1.57%, oil up and gold slips; NZ$1 = 70.7 USc; TWI-5 = 74.4
Business
Business
17th Oct 21, 2:47pm
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Te wiki o te tāke; Lisa Marriott explores with Terry Baucher how well and fairly the IRD collects the tax debt owed and whether the well-heeled have been taking advantage of tax relief arrangements
Opinion
Opinion
17th Oct 21, 11:19am
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Diane Coyle draws parallels between current worldwide product shortages and the 2008 global financial crisis
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