agriculture

9th Mar 17, 5:25pm
Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party wants to wean NZ off fossil fuels, end 'bias' towards roads, and see traffic congestion charges introduced
Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party wants to wean NZ off fossil fuels, end 'bias' towards roads, and see traffic congestion charges introduced
9th Mar 17, 5:25pm
24th Nov 16, 9:41am
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Westpac's economists see a mixed bag for the rural sector as dairy prices improve but caution remains, construction boom helps forestry & meat sector faces challenges
Westpac's economists see a mixed bag for the rural sector as dairy prices improve but caution remains, construction boom helps forestry & meat sector faces challenges
24th Nov 16, 9:41am
14th Sep 16, 6:03am
The borrowing of the dairy sector accounts for exactly two-thirds of bank lending to New Zealand's agricultural industries, according to the latest figures
The borrowing of the dairy sector accounts for exactly two-thirds of bank lending to New Zealand's agricultural industries, according to the latest figures
14th Sep 16, 6:03am
21st Jul 16, 5:17pm
Treasury says the government should consider including agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme
Treasury says the government should consider including agriculture in the Emissions Trading Scheme
21st Jul 16, 5:17pm
2nd May 16, 7:32pm
Amount borrowed for mortgages grows at fastest annual rate for over seven-and-a-half-years; more mortgages on floating and short fixed terms
Amount borrowed for mortgages grows at fastest annual rate for over seven-and-a-half-years; more mortgages on floating and short fixed terms
2nd May 16, 7:32pm
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31st Mar 16, 3:49pm
Borrowing for houses increasing at fastest rate since 2008; business borrowing pauses; agricultural debt growth slows
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Borrowing for houses increasing at fastest rate since 2008; business borrowing pauses; agricultural debt growth slows
31st Mar 16, 3:49pm
29th Feb 16, 3:42pm
Housing debt continues to grow strongly; business borrowing grows at fastest rate since 2009
Housing debt continues to grow strongly; business borrowing grows at fastest rate since 2009
29th Feb 16, 3:42pm
30th Nov 15, 3:26pm
Kiwis still ramping up household debt despite introduction of new Government and Reserve Bank housing investment rules
Kiwis still ramping up household debt despite introduction of new Government and Reserve Bank housing investment rules
30th Nov 15, 3:26pm
5th Oct 15, 9:31am
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The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says foreign direct investment yields real benefits
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says foreign direct investment yields real benefits
5th Oct 15, 9:31am
30th Sep 15, 3:48pm
Kiwis are still amping up household borrowing ahead of new Government and RBNZ housing investment rules
Kiwis are still amping up household borrowing ahead of new Government and RBNZ housing investment rules
30th Sep 15, 3:48pm
31st Aug 15, 3:18pm
Kiwis gearing up their household borrowing at the fastest rate in seven and a half years
Kiwis gearing up their household borrowing at the fastest rate in seven and a half years
31st Aug 15, 3:18pm
10th Aug 15, 10:33am
Jason Young says New Zealand tourist providers should pay attention to advancements in Chinese agritourism
Jason Young says New Zealand tourist providers should pay attention to advancements in Chinese agritourism
10th Aug 15, 10:33am
10th Jun 15, 6:03am
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For the first time, overcapacity in dairy processing is being raised as a real risk to the industry, says KPMG
For the first time, overcapacity in dairy processing is being raised as a real risk to the industry, says KPMG
10th Jun 15, 6:03am
1st May 15, 10:02am
Reserve Bank figures show investors still very active in house market, while business and agricultural lending is heading sharply higher
Reserve Bank figures show investors still very active in house market, while business and agricultural lending is heading sharply higher
1st May 15, 10:02am
21st Oct 14, 11:14am
New Zealand needs to tread carefully because many aspects of Australia’s Plan B with China will run into New Zealand’s Plan A. Professor Ang suggests how we can still benefit
New Zealand needs to tread carefully because many aspects of Australia’s Plan B with China will run into New Zealand’s Plan A. Professor Ang suggests how we can still benefit
21st Oct 14, 11:14am
1st Oct 14, 10:12am
Allan Barber surveys the implications of the election result on the rural sector and finds most leaders see present policies delivering "the desired outcomes"
Allan Barber surveys the implications of the election result on the rural sector and finds most leaders see present policies delivering "the desired outcomes"
1st Oct 14, 10:12am
30th May 14, 3:54pm
Latest Reserve Bank figures show the amount of household borrowing rose in April at the slowest rate since September 2012
Latest Reserve Bank figures show the amount of household borrowing rose in April at the slowest rate since September 2012
30th May 14, 3:54pm
24th May 14, 11:03am
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Tim Groser tells a Japanese audience why Japan needs to be part of the TPP and the changes they need to face up to
Tim Groser tells a Japanese audience why Japan needs to be part of the TPP and the changes they need to face up to
24th May 14, 11:03am
15th May 14, 2:32pm
We wrap-up some of the business reaction to Budget 2014
We wrap-up some of the business reaction to Budget 2014
15th May 14, 2:32pm
30th Apr 14, 3:40pm
Latest Reserve Bank figures show the amounts on fixed interest mortages climbed to 63.5% from 60.8% in just a month
Latest Reserve Bank figures show the amounts on fixed interest mortages climbed to 63.5% from 60.8% in just a month
30th Apr 14, 3:40pm

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