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25 Oct 18, 12:24pm
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New Zealand joins Japan, Mexico and Singapore in ratifying the CPTPP with Australia and Canada expected to follow soon bringing the trade deal into effect
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23 Oct 18, 10:42am
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Raw materials use to double by 2060 with severe environmental consequences, says OECD
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22 Oct 18, 10:54am
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The Little Black Book of Scams: Always check to make sure calls, texts or emails from the IRD are real. Tax scams are on the rise
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22 Oct 18, 8:02am
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Nouriel Roubini says the mystique of distributed-ledger technologies through 'decentralization' just a ruse to separate retail investors from their hard-earned real money
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20 Oct 18, 9:29am
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The Little Black Book of Scams: Messages are easily fabricated, either by email or text/SMS. Scammers use common techniques. Here is what you should lookout for
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19 Oct 18, 5:00am
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The Little Black Book of Scams: Your CEO is asking for money urgently; make sure the email is legitimate, because business email compromise scams are a growing threat
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19 Oct 18, 5:00am
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Consortium of Auckland businesses pushes for the opportunity to manage the development of a waterfront stadium & redevelopment of Eden Park
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18 Oct 18, 10:06am
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Govt proposes law change to require overseas retailers selling goods to New Zealanders online to start paying GST; Change won't necessarily cost online shoppers more
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17 Oct 18, 2:48pm
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The trade wars have focused China's policy makers on fast changes in their agricultural sector to catch up on productivity and food security
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17 Oct 18, 6:42am
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Warning bells rung loud and clear over oil/gas exploration ban adding pressure to an already stressed energy sector. Govt gives OMV more time to drill in Great South Basin
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16 Oct 18, 6:19am
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China side-lined in NZ/Japan talks on development in the Pacific and the CPTPP
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14 Oct 18, 9:16am
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The NZ Super Fund, eyeing Auckland's proposed light rail network, wants a nationally significant infrastructure regime to 'level the playing field' for mobile international capital
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12 Oct 18, 5:02am
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Infometrics' Gareth Kiernan sees enough speed bumps on the horizon to slow economic growth more than the market expects; says it's time for LVRs to be eased
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11 Oct 18, 6:43pm
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Greens lobby Commerce Minister to get competition watchdog to probe supermarkets after petrol companies under soon-to-be-bolstered powers
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10 Oct 18, 6:48am
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Westpac economist Michael Gordon argues capacity constraints are restricting government spending more than its debt rules
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9 Oct 18, 9:19am
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Despite the obvious advantages of cost-benefit analysis, Diane Coyle says optimal efficiency is not always desirable, and the long-term benefits of an investment are not always clear from the start
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8 Oct 18, 4:36pm
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PM responds to outcry over high petrol prices by rushing through law change requiring petrol companies to come clean to the ComCom
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8 Oct 18, 3:14pm
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A discussion document has been released for consultation on the proposed independent infrastructure agency through which it is planned to lift the quality of infrastructure investment in New Zealand
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3 Oct 18, 10:13am
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EY's Tim Benbow and David Snell say the Government's new R&D plan is a bold initiative
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3 Oct 18, 7:00am
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China’s governance must be modernised but loosening control over local government and the economy, and introducing greater downward accountability, is risky
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2 Oct 18, 10:09am
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Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows worst level of business confidence since March 2009
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27 Sep 18, 4:48pm
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The owner of 'No Stress Decorators' has been sentenced to 26 months in prison after failing to file any tax returns
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27 Sep 18, 3:59pm
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Greymouth Gas Turangi Ltd sues the Government, claiming its exploration ban announcement was 'unlawful' and its decision not to grant the company a permit was 'not justified'
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27 Sep 18, 12:37pm
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An unintended outcome of the trade war is that China will reduce its reliance on trade and imported technologies and could be stronger, more resilient, and less willing to accept international rules
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26 Sep 18, 1:37pm
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ANZ says latest results of its Business Outlook Survey suggest that while 'the economy may have hit a pothole, the wheels are not falling off'
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