Business news

20 Feb 19, 4:27pm
Winston Peters links Jenny Shipley's China-praising "opinion piece" to her Chinese business interests; Shipley refuses to comment
20 Feb 19, 8:11am
Auckland Council property swap plan puts waterfront assets at risk according to councillor Mike Lee
19 Feb 19, 6:11pm
Bridges says a capital gains tax would cause people to leave for Australia (where there is a capital gains tax); fails to answer questions about the fairness and effectiveness of the tax system
19 Feb 19, 2:45pm
Trade Minister mulls invite to Belt and Road conference in China, while Chinese media reportedly falsely attributes praises of the initiative to former PM
18 Feb 19, 5:42pm
Government expects to earn up to $80 million a year by taxing multinationals that provide digital services in NZ but don't pay income tax here
16 Feb 19, 9:46am
GDP's successor will need to be compelling and tell a persuasive story, consistent with experience, of what is happening in our economies. Wellbeing may not be it, but wealth might be says Diane Coyle
15 Feb 19, 7:45am
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment says final policy decisions on improved beneficial ownership information on NZ companies coming this year
14 Feb 19, 11:33am
New Zealand has a healthy wine industry on the back of profitability for wineries of all sizes, strengthening balance sheets and a healthy propensity for innovation
13 Feb 19, 12:46pm
Government announces planned reforms of vocational education and training
12 Feb 19, 11:03am
New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) re-evaluating Auckland’s much maligned East-West Link (EWL) motorway project
11 Feb 19, 5:51pm
Ardern says Chinese authorities preventing an Air NZ plane from landing is a 'straight forward' issue for Air NZ that shouldn't be confused with NZ's relationship with China
11 Feb 19, 10:24am
A working group report looking at the feasibility of relocating the Ports of Auckland is expected soon
9 Feb 19, 9:10am
How China manages its currency during its economic policy shift could have important global consequences. The risk of China crash may be low, but the risk of policy accidents is substantial
8 Feb 19, 8:38am
Ardern warns of slowing global growth, talks up trade, and announces vocational training sector reform to help plug skills shortages in first major economic speech of 2019
6 Feb 19, 9:31am
Xi's goal is to shore up the authority of the party-state within his country, including by ensuring Chinese are not exposed to liberal-democratic ideas, and not to launch a new cold war with the West
5 Feb 19, 2:48pm
Ministry responds to National's criticism the Provincial Growth Fund has only created 54 jobs, saying over 10,000 jobs 'may be created' in the future
5 Feb 19, 2:10pm
Decision pending on company's plans to dump dredged material from Auckland Harbour near Great Barrier Island
1 Feb 19, 8:00am
Westpac's Simon Power explains why the bank is extending the Living Wage to key contractors, challenges other big businesses to consider paying the Living Wage
31 Jan 19, 2:21pm
When governments are captured by quasi-authoritarian autocrats, the only way to escape pro-oligarch policy adjustments is by demonstrations and civil disobedience, says Piroska Nagy-Mohacsi
31 Jan 19, 10:08am
Jim Bolger chaired group details a proposed fair pay agreements system in report to Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway


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