European Union

26th Feb 19, 4:51pm
Finance Minister Grant Robertson remains upbeat about an EU free trade agreement and the New Zealand economy despite global volatility
Finance Minister Grant Robertson remains upbeat about an EU free trade agreement and the New Zealand economy despite global volatility
26th Feb 19, 4:51pm
17th Jan 19, 9:33am
Chris Trotter on how imperialism has set Britain apart from its European competitors and landed it in the mess it's in
Chris Trotter on how imperialism has set Britain apart from its European competitors and landed it in the mess it's in
17th Jan 19, 9:33am
9th Mar 18, 10:25am
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Kiwi journo in London on the issues making waves in Europe - the affordable housing battle, Russian spies, social media companies paying us for our data, migration, Brexit and more
Kiwi journo in London on the issues making waves in Europe - the affordable housing battle, Russian spies, social media companies paying us for our data, migration, Brexit and more
9th Mar 18, 10:25am
12th Aug 16, 9:01am
China is using Zespri to signal to the world it's becoming bigger on quality rather than quantity, says an Asia NZ professor
China is using Zespri to signal to the world it's becoming bigger on quality rather than quantity, says an Asia NZ professor
12th Aug 16, 9:01am
25th Jun 16, 11:18am
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Chris Patten says the Brexit vote outcome recalls one of Churchill’s more famous aphorisms: 'The trouble with committing political suicide is that you live to regret it'
Chris Patten says the Brexit vote outcome recalls one of Churchill’s more famous aphorisms: 'The trouble with committing political suicide is that you live to regret it'
25th Jun 16, 11:18am
9th Mar 16, 11:46am
The Weekly Dairy Report: Reality bites with Fonterra's $3.90/kg ms for this year and prediction next will also be tough
The Weekly Dairy Report: Reality bites with Fonterra's $3.90/kg ms for this year and prediction next will also be tough
9th Mar 16, 11:46am
6th Mar 16, 5:11am
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David Rigby assess the deal Britain has negotiated to stay in the EU, the one that is being put to a referendum as the Remain campaign
David Rigby assess the deal Britain has negotiated to stay in the EU, the one that is being put to a referendum as the Remain campaign
6th Mar 16, 5:11am
5th Mar 16, 3:28pm
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Milford's David Rigby looks at the big issues facing the UK in its June referendum on whether it should stay in the European Union
Milford's David Rigby looks at the big issues facing the UK in its June referendum on whether it should stay in the European Union
5th Mar 16, 3:28pm
21st Oct 15, 10:02am
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Motu research analysts on effective altruism, worm wars, what would happen if the EU let anyone in, Why Angus Deaton deserved the Nobel Prize in Economics & more
Motu research analysts on effective altruism, worm wars, what would happen if the EU let anyone in, Why Angus Deaton deserved the Nobel Prize in Economics & more
21st Oct 15, 10:02am
23rd Apr 14, 8:12pm
PayPal calls for European Union style unified electronic payments regulation for Australia and New Zealand
PayPal calls for European Union style unified electronic payments regulation for Australia and New Zealand
23rd Apr 14, 8:12pm
27th Jun 12, 4:35pm
How NZ needs to overcome 'deficiencies" in bank and financial institution regulation to get back on EU anti money laundering and counter terrorist financing 'White List'
How NZ needs to overcome 'deficiencies" in bank and financial institution regulation to get back on EU anti money laundering and counter terrorist financing 'White List'
27th Jun 12, 4:35pm
10th Jan 12, 8:46am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: NZ$ hits record high v euro; Merkel and Sarkozy warn Greece again, back financial transactions tax; Port workers strike again
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: NZ$ hits record high v euro; Merkel and Sarkozy warn Greece again, back financial transactions tax; Port workers strike again
10th Jan 12, 8:46am
21st Oct 11, 4:56pm
Double Shot Interview: HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action, with all eyes on Europe ahead of PREFU and OCR
Double Shot Interview: HiFX's Dan Bell reviews the week's global currencies action, with all eyes on Europe ahead of PREFU and OCR
21st Oct 11, 4:56pm
7th May 11, 10:04am
Drama in Europe; Greeks want out of euro, Germans fighting the move
Drama in Europe; Greeks want out of euro, Germans fighting the move
7th May 11, 10:04am
16th Feb 11, 11:57am
Australian PM Gillard looks to an Asia-Pacific free trade zone as significant as the EU and NAFTA; Says Aus will accept WTO apple ruling
Australian PM Gillard looks to an Asia-Pacific free trade zone as significant as the EU and NAFTA; Says Aus will accept WTO apple ruling
16th Feb 11, 11:57am
20th Jan 11, 8:59am
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Goldman Sachs pays US$15.4b in bonuses; US$45b worth of US-China trade deals; Greek default warning
90 seconds at 9 am with BNZ: Goldman Sachs pays US$15.4b in bonuses; US$45b worth of US-China trade deals; Greek default warning
20th Jan 11, 8:59am
19th Jan 11, 9:01am
US dollar weakens against British pound and euro as UK inflation tops expectations, euro-zone debt concerns abate
US dollar weakens against British pound and euro as UK inflation tops expectations, euro-zone debt concerns abate
19th Jan 11, 9:01am
17th Dec 10, 10:01am
Currency markets still focused on European sovereign debt woes
Currency markets still focused on European sovereign debt woes
17th Dec 10, 10:01am
18th Nov 10, 8:59am
90 seconds at 9am with BNZ: Britain offers help for Irish banks; Federal Reserve eyes full US$600 billion QEII
90 seconds at 9am with BNZ: Britain offers help for Irish banks; Federal Reserve eyes full US$600 billion QEII
18th Nov 10, 8:59am
18th Nov 10, 8:59am
90 seconds at 9am with BNZ: Britain offers help for Irish banks; Federal Reserve eyes full US$600 billion QEII
90 seconds at 9am with BNZ: Britain offers help for Irish banks; Federal Reserve eyes full US$600 billion QEII
18th Nov 10, 8:59am

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