business

10 Apr 18, 10:33am
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Businesses remain pessimistic about the economy with cost pressures intensifying, according to NZIER
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9 Apr 18, 2:38pm
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Banks and the Opposition have questioned the Government over its numbers, but a new Moody’s report will put a spring in the step of Finance Minister Grant Robertson
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9 Apr 18, 9:56am
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The Chinese banks operating in New Zealand hit their first lending judder bar in the form of insurance company CBL, causing a potential capital issue for ICBC
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9 Apr 18, 6:24am
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OECD working paper on automation of jobs highlights 'the interesting case' of NZ where growth of cognitive jobs, professionals & managerial roles has workers among the best placed in the OECD
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6 Apr 18, 11:29am
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Consumer NZ survey finds TSB, Co-op Bank and Kiwibank customers are happy but ANZ and ASB customers are less so
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6 Apr 18, 8:01am
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Westpac's Karen Silk argues New Zealand's government and businesses, including the agriculture sector, stand to benefit from being proactive rather than reactive when dealing with climate change
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5 Apr 18, 1:07pm
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The outspoken Minister of Regional Economic Development has blasted The Warehouse Group chairwoman Joan Withers for her 'inept' handling of the Kaikohe Warehouse’s U-turn on closing
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5 Apr 18, 8:37am
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Siah Hwee Ang says while already developed in some ways, in many aspects, China is still lagging behind due to the lumpiness of a large population
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4 Apr 18, 5:15pm
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Shortlisted development and investment consortia don't pass muster for the Tāmaki Regeneration Company
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4 Apr 18, 3:33pm
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Chinese government controlled banks gain required RBNZ approval to ramp up their New Zealand lending
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4 Apr 18, 3:31pm
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HSBC New Zealand ekes out annual profit rise as lending surges almost 30%
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3 Apr 18, 3:51pm
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Workplace Relations Minister Ian Lees-Galloway says he’s not concerned about the lobby group’s opposition to new workplace legislation
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3 Apr 18, 12:31pm
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The Minister of Trade says the retaliatory 128 Chinese tariffs on US products is a 'measured' response from the People’s Republic and won’t impact NZ’s economy
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2 Apr 18, 9:08am
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Independent Panel assisting the Government will recommend shifting ultimate power away from RBNZ Governor; also will suggest industry levies to fund RBNZ's prudential operations
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2 Apr 18, 7:58am
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Rather than retaliate, Lee Jong-Wha says Asian economies should take the opportunity to revamp their development models, boosting their own prosperity and resilience, and be constructive global actors
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1 Apr 18, 6:30am
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Justin Yifu Lin says China can see opportunity in trade leadership as America pulls back with its proposed tariffs, costs that will be paid by its own middle class consumers
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31 Mar 18, 8:30am
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The CCP says it wants "quality" economic growth. But if local governments are to succeed, China’s leaders will need to update the incentive system that fueled past success
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29 Mar 18, 10:18am
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Jenée Tibshraeny uses data to illustrate what the oil and gas industry looks like, to inform the discussion around where NZ might be left if it was phased out
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28 Mar 18, 3:25pm
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Business Confidence stalls after gains the previous month. National lays the blame squarely in the lap of the Coalition Govt, which dismisses its comments as 'rubbish'
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27 Mar 18, 9:52am
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Could Australia's banking Royal Commission be the catalyst for a credit crunch, and potentially a recession?
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26 Mar 18, 9:19am
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ASB, BNZ, Westpac, Datacom, Paymark and Trade Me to pilot software aimed at opening the door to easier and more competitive digital payments
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24 Mar 18, 9:39am
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Unbalanced exports and IP theft may be real in the US China trade dispute, but it is the US tax cuts that will prove the real enemy of an effective resolution says Shang-Jin Wei
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23 Mar 18, 4:55pm
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Bank lobby group wants quantitative impact study on changes proposed by RBNZ review of banks' capital adequacy framework
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21 Mar 18, 1:22pm
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Auckland region's annual GDP bigger than Wellington, Canterbury and Waikato's combined, Statistics NZ figures show
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20 Mar 18, 12:33pm
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Trade Minister David Parker says NZ’s chances of receiving an exemption from Donald Trump’s steel and aluminium tariffs are '50/50'
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