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New Zealand faces a potential immigration tradeoff if a free trade agreement with India is to be achieved
9th Apr 24, 12:05pm
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New Zealand faces a potential immigration tradeoff if a free trade agreement with India is to be achieved
Government review could recommend easing emission reduction targets for farmers and freezing current methane levels in the atmosphere
8th Apr 24, 6:05pm
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Government review could recommend easing emission reduction targets for farmers and freezing current methane levels in the atmosphere
ANZ economists say the recent published drop in GDP data 'seems to have given things a decent shunt south' in respect to business confidence
28th Mar 24, 1:23pm
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ANZ economists say the recent published drop in GDP data 'seems to have given things a decent shunt south' in respect to business confidence
Alternative proteins are here so the next 30 years could be crucial for NZ’s meat and dairy sectors, Christopher Rosin & Hugh Campbell say
26th Mar 24, 6:59am
by Guest
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Alternative proteins are here so the next 30 years could be crucial for NZ’s meat and dairy sectors, Christopher Rosin & Hugh Campbell say
ANZ economists continue to think there’s a high chance that forthcoming data will show more work needs to be done by the Reserve Bank to return inflation to its target in an acceptable time frame
29th Feb 24, 1:27pm
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ANZ economists continue to think there’s a high chance that forthcoming data will show more work needs to be done by the Reserve Bank to return inflation to its target in an acceptable time frame
'Overall, businesses expect the worst is past. Although the medicine has been bitter, it’s working'
31st Jan 24, 1:26pm
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'Overall, businesses expect the worst is past. Although the medicine has been bitter, it’s working'
Allan Barber assesses how the first 30 years of the European Union has worked out, a formation that has had an impact New Zealand's trade with Europe
19th Jan 24, 9:46am
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Allan Barber assesses how the first 30 years of the European Union has worked out, a formation that has had an impact New Zealand's trade with Europe
As drier weather spreads across more regions, global forces depress lamb prices although dairy prices start turning up. Guy Trafford reviews the new year outlook
17th Jan 24, 11:17am
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As drier weather spreads across more regions, global forces depress lamb prices although dairy prices start turning up. Guy Trafford reviews the new year outlook
The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows that inflation expectations have fallen but pricing intentions have risen; the post-election rise in business confidence has continued
19th Dec 23, 1:33pm
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The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows that inflation expectations have fallen but pricing intentions have risen; the post-election rise in business confidence has continued
Newsroom's Rod Oram on the 'deeply, deeply, deeply fascinating experience' of being on the ground at COP28 for the UAE consensus
19th Dec 23, 9:25am
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Newsroom's Rod Oram on the 'deeply, deeply, deeply fascinating experience' of being on the ground at COP28 for the UAE consensus
The change of Government has brought a change in the ministers of trade and agriculture, but it is veterans replacing veterans. Allan Barber assesses past performance and likely future performance, but notes change is not likely to be major
19th Dec 23, 9:02am
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The change of Government has brought a change in the ministers of trade and agriculture, but it is veterans replacing veterans. Allan Barber assesses past performance and likely future performance, but notes change is not likely to be major
Guy Trafford notes 2023 has been a tough year to forecast, but frustrated farmers are going to need to face up and adapt to new circumstances. Attempting to recreate the past will leave them worse off, and quite soon
13th Dec 23, 6:41pm
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Guy Trafford notes 2023 has been a tough year to forecast, but frustrated farmers are going to need to face up and adapt to new circumstances. Attempting to recreate the past will leave them worse off, and quite soon
Guy Trafford worries what the consequences will be as new policies push us away from the 'international rules-based systems' and a coherent plan to meet our global climate commitments dissolves
6th Dec 23, 9:48am
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Guy Trafford worries what the consequences will be as new policies push us away from the 'international rules-based systems' and a coherent plan to meet our global climate commitments dissolves
Indications of likely future inflation continue to drift lower in the latest ANZ Business Outlook Survey, but the new Government's honeymoon continues, with business confidence hitting its highest level since early 2015
30th Nov 23, 1:24pm
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Indications of likely future inflation continue to drift lower in the latest ANZ Business Outlook Survey, but the new Government's honeymoon continues, with business confidence hitting its highest level since early 2015
Insurer Tower says it faced significant challenges this financial year, but its underlying result 'demonstrates resilience and strategic delivery' that positions the company well for long-term sustainable growth and performance
23rd Nov 23, 11:00am
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Insurer Tower says it faced significant challenges this financial year, but its underlying result 'demonstrates resilience and strategic delivery' that positions the company well for long-term sustainable growth and performance
Growing NZ cities eat up fertile land – but housing and food production can co-exist, Shannon Davis says
14th Nov 23, 10:39am
by Guest
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Growing NZ cities eat up fertile land – but housing and food production can co-exist, Shannon Davis says
Fonterra says it will target a 30% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions per tonne of milk it collects
9th Nov 23, 11:58am
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Fonterra says it will target a 30% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions per tonne of milk it collects
Christina Hood explains why New Zealand is one of the easiest countries in the world in which to get to net zero emissions of greenhouse gases
8th Nov 23, 2:30pm
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Christina Hood explains why New Zealand is one of the easiest countries in the world in which to get to net zero emissions of greenhouse gases
The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows a bounce in most activity indicators; ANZ chief economist says 'it would clearly be a stretch to argue there's been no election impact'
31st Oct 23, 1:46pm
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The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows a bounce in most activity indicators; ANZ chief economist says 'it would clearly be a stretch to argue there's been no election impact'
Some farmers will struggle to cover costs this season and could pose a risk to financial stability if loan defaults rise
26th Oct 23, 1:46pm
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Some farmers will struggle to cover costs this season and could pose a risk to financial stability if loan defaults rise
A National-led government could push property prices higher and food prices lower, but clash with New Zealand’s climate goals and potentially exacerbate inequality
12th Oct 23, 4:11pm
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A National-led government could push property prices higher and food prices lower, but clash with New Zealand’s climate goals and potentially exacerbate inequality
The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows a mixed picture of a 'patchy' economy, with inflationary pressures gradually waning, but with cost and wage expectations remaining very elevated
28th Sep 23, 1:28pm
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The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows a mixed picture of a 'patchy' economy, with inflationary pressures gradually waning, but with cost and wage expectations remaining very elevated
Chris Hipkins would travel to India during the first 100 days of a new term in government to begin work on a possible trade deal
6th Sep 23, 11:30am
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Chris Hipkins would travel to India during the first 100 days of a new term in government to begin work on a possible trade deal
The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows rising confidence and business activity levels, with falling inflation indicators - 'Goldilocks is in the building'
31st Aug 23, 1:18pm
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The latest ANZ Business Outlook survey shows rising confidence and business activity levels, with falling inflation indicators - 'Goldilocks is in the building'
Farmers will have to pay for methane emissions from 2025 under a Labour Government plan
18th Aug 23, 4:27pm
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Farmers will have to pay for methane emissions from 2025 under a Labour Government plan