MBIE

16 Dec 18, 8:29am
Treasury cuts forecasts of govt spending on KiwiBuild in recognition of private investment; Flags govt exposure to a property market downturn
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10 Dec 18, 1:25pm
Small businesses lacking bargaining power front of mind for Government as it consults on strengthening protections against unfair commercial practices
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6 Dec 18, 5:00am
From North Korean gun running to El Chapo's drugs cartel; New Zealand Police have received more than 350 criminal investigation enquiries about NZ companies the notorious Taylors established 
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4 Dec 18, 11:57am
Andrew Crisp appointed CEO of the new Ministry of Housing and Urban Development responsible for KiwiBuild, Housing NZ and the new Housing and Urban Development Authority
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13 Nov 18, 5:00am
Review considers change to existing RBNZ sound & efficient financial system policy objective with competition, consumer protection & public confidence also in the mix
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10 Nov 18, 10:02am
Gareth Vaughan argues credit cards should be the first target for our regulators if they're serious about making banks protect or enhance customer interests & outcomes
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6 Nov 18, 5:20pm
Government to research temporary migrant worker exploitation; Stays quiet on election promise to 'take a breather on immigration'
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1 Nov 18, 2:25pm
Benefits of making lenders disclose the effective cost of credit, by combining interest rates & fees, deemed not sufficient to warrant the costs and complexities, MBIE says
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23 Oct 18, 2:51pm
MBIE strongly opposed to the introduction of a comprehensive creditor licensing regime as part of government's loan shark crackdown
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19 Oct 18, 1:19pm
Long time scourge of the Inland Revenue Department, John George Russell, is not letting his death get in the way of continuing to cause the IRD grief
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12 Oct 18, 10:58am
Interest-free 'buy now pay later' products such as Afterpay, PartPay, Laybuy and Oxipay, to remain outside the CCCFA, MBIE says
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10 Oct 18, 10:10am
Loan shark crackdown includes interest & fee caps, fit & proper person test and tougher penalties, Commerce & Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi says
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5 Oct 18, 12:02pm
Offshore operating NZ building society Pacific Eagle Capital, formerly General Equity Building Society, gets FMA infringement notice and $7,500 fine
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3 Oct 18, 2:30pm
Regressive petrol taxes drive pump prices to record highs even though crude oil prices are 40% below record highs. Rising taxes are behind the push, but retail discounts take out some of the sting
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26 Sep 18, 7:33am
Energy analyst accuses Government of using redundant block offer to pass oil and gas legislation fast with minimal scrutiny; Warns uncertainty is jeopardising Methanex project
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25 Sep 18, 11:02am
Energy & Resources Minister disregards MBIE advice putting cost of oil & gas exploration ban at between $1.2 bln & $23.5 bln; Pledges to give existing permit holders breathing space
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12 Sep 18, 11:46am
Submissions being sought on proposed changes to standards for rental properties and the Residential Tenancies Act
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11 Sep 18, 5:32pm
Government review shows two-tier retail electricity market between households that shop around and those that don't
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14 Aug 18, 11:37am
Cabinet names Carolyn Tremain as new CEO of MBIE, where she'll run one of NZ’s biggest Government departments & oversee a budget of more than $8 billion 
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12 Aug 18, 3:44pm
Confidence in the economy is wavering, and there are at least five key reasons, most related to some big public policy changes, and how households have reacted to the consequences
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