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A report commissioned by Uber says Auckland wins Australasia’s traffic congestion Grand Prix and needs to embrace ‘point-to-point’ transport, the Spinoff's Maria Slade writes
17th Mar 19, 8:20am
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A report commissioned by Uber says Auckland wins Australasia’s traffic congestion Grand Prix and needs to embrace ‘point-to-point’ transport, the Spinoff's Maria Slade writes
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
18th Feb 19, 5:42pm
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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
Trump inches closer to signing tax bill, bitcoin doesn't pose threat to US banking system, China keeping proactive fiscal and neutral monetary policy stance, set back for Uber, NZ dollar at US69.84c
21st Dec 17, 7:37am
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Trump inches closer to signing tax bill, bitcoin doesn't pose threat to US banking system, China keeping proactive fiscal and neutral monetary policy stance, set back for Uber, NZ dollar at US69.84c
Economist Shamubeel Eaqub on myth busting tax cuts, the house price paradox, limits to life expectancy, the trouble with forecasting, adapting to the digital world, the way to cut traffic and more
7th Apr 17, 9:58am
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Economist Shamubeel Eaqub on myth busting tax cuts, the house price paradox, limits to life expectancy, the trouble with forecasting, adapting to the digital world, the way to cut traffic and more
Selena Eaqub on the dipping dollar, trade wars, booming stockmarkets, child poverty, Britain's Brexit deals, policy lessons, the not-so-sharing economy and more
10th Mar 17, 9:59am
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Selena Eaqub on the dipping dollar, trade wars, booming stockmarkets, child poverty, Britain's Brexit deals, policy lessons, the not-so-sharing economy and more
EY consumer banking survey suggests just 48% of New Zealanders feel complete trust in their banks to keep their money safe and protect their personal information
13th Dec 16, 5:02am
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EY consumer banking survey suggests just 48% of New Zealanders feel complete trust in their banks to keep their money safe and protect their personal information
Siah Hwee Ang looks at the paradox of a potential increase in foreign competition for Chinese companies, and the existence of China's 'Negative List' for foreign investment
18th Oct 16, 10:06am
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Siah Hwee Ang looks at the paradox of a potential increase in foreign competition for Chinese companies, and the existence of China's 'Negative List' for foreign investment
Terry Baucher looks at the challenges of implementing water tight tax regimes for global tech companies, sees 'ingenious' tax planning by multinationals continuing
23rd Aug 16, 12:38pm
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Terry Baucher looks at the challenges of implementing water tight tax regimes for global tech companies, sees 'ingenious' tax planning by multinationals continuing
Motu researchers on the average man, the economics of the Olympics, real estate music videos, the productivity puzzle, World Bank poacher turned gamekeeper & more
19th Aug 16, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on the average man, the economics of the Olympics, real estate music videos, the productivity puzzle, World Bank poacher turned gamekeeper & more
CMC Markets NZ general manager Chris Smith on George Soros's views of Brexit, bond market blues, peace breaks out in the oil market, China and the new global monetary order, & more
1st Jul 16, 10:02am
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CMC Markets NZ general manager Chris Smith on George Soros's views of Brexit, bond market blues, peace breaks out in the oil market, China and the new global monetary order, & more
IAG wants government regulations to catch up with share economy to enable hybrid insurance
17th Feb 16, 12:02pm
IAG wants government regulations to catch up with share economy to enable hybrid insurance
Uber ups competition with taxi industry through promo with ASB that sees it offer fares up to 50% cheaper than those offered by traditional taxis
29th Jan 16, 3:07pm
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Uber ups competition with taxi industry through promo with ASB that sees it offer fares up to 50% cheaper than those offered by traditional taxis
Jenée Tibshraeny questions whether the Government's proposal to level the regulatory playing field in the transport sector, by easing up on taxis and cracking down on Uber, will improve the quality of service
15th Dec 15, 12:45pm
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Jenée Tibshraeny questions whether the Government's proposal to level the regulatory playing field in the transport sector, by easing up on taxis and cracking down on Uber, will improve the quality of service
Geoff Simmons says regulation is important, but unless it is nimble and well managed it can become a bigger problem than whatever it was intended to solve
26th Oct 15, 7:10am
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Geoff Simmons says regulation is important, but unless it is nimble and well managed it can become a bigger problem than whatever it was intended to solve
John Mauldin argues monetary deflation is the new threat & central bankers worrying about inflation are like generals fighting the last war
17th Sep 15, 11:07am
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John Mauldin argues monetary deflation is the new threat & central bankers worrying about inflation are like generals fighting the last war
Kirdan Lees on public transport & Uber, the difficulty of inflation forecasting, Treasury going viral, arresting bad behaviour at the school gate, China & Japan, Dilbert & more
11th Sep 15, 10:02am
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Kirdan Lees on public transport & Uber, the difficulty of inflation forecasting, Treasury going viral, arresting bad behaviour at the school gate, China & Japan, Dilbert & more
The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp points out that that the introduction of new technology is almost always irreversible
6th Jul 15, 9:25am
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The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp points out that that the introduction of new technology is almost always irreversible
Lena Hesselgrave on banks without bricks, 'Mad Men' taken over by 'maths men', the profit vs growth debate, Uber, and high-tech toothbrushes
3rd Jul 15, 10:02am
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Lena Hesselgrave on banks without bricks, 'Mad Men' taken over by 'maths men', the profit vs growth debate, Uber, and high-tech toothbrushes
Jenée Tibshraeny on Chinese using foreigners to market properties, the Apple Watch & tattoos, 'politician bait', Xero, running a company with no rules, Dilbert & more
8th May 15, 10:10am
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Jenée Tibshraeny on Chinese using foreigners to market properties, the Apple Watch & tattoos, 'politician bait', Xero, running a company with no rules, Dilbert & more
NZ Initiative's Mark Maciolek says making it easier for new entrants could be the best way of ensuring more affordable taxi fares
18th Jan 15, 8:00am
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NZ Initiative's Mark Maciolek says making it easier for new entrants could be the best way of ensuring more affordable taxi fares