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2nd Aug 21, 9:07am
Economists see June quarter labour market figures portraying an increasingly tight jobs market and with upward pressure on wages
Economists see June quarter labour market figures portraying an increasingly tight jobs market and with upward pressure on wages
2nd Aug 21, 9:07am
1st Aug 21, 11:13am
The Week in Tax: Time to rethink working from home allowances? Tax agencies are stepping up scrutiny of cryptoassets. Former Treasury chief economist takes a swing at the government's tax policies
The Week in Tax: Time to rethink working from home allowances? Tax agencies are stepping up scrutiny of cryptoassets. Former Treasury chief economist takes a swing at the government's tax policies
1st Aug 21, 11:13am
31st Jul 21, 9:53am
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Lee Jong-Wha assesses the challenges China will have to overcome if it is to become a truly global power
Lee Jong-Wha assesses the challenges China will have to overcome if it is to become a truly global power
31st Jul 21, 9:53am
29th Jul 21, 8:41am
Commerce Commission draft report into retail grocery sector finds our supermarket companies are making 'persistently high' profits when compared internationally and 'avoid competing strongly' with each other; 'some form of intervention' needed
Commerce Commission draft report into retail grocery sector finds our supermarket companies are making 'persistently high' profits when compared internationally and 'avoid competing strongly' with each other; 'some form of intervention' needed
29th Jul 21, 8:41am
29th Jul 21, 6:00am
ANZ's Richard Yetsenga says that China appears to move into a slower lane after making a dramatic change of tack in their technology sector to prevent their tech giants amassing too much power
ANZ's Richard Yetsenga says that China appears to move into a slower lane after making a dramatic change of tack in their technology sector to prevent their tech giants amassing too much power
29th Jul 21, 6:00am
29th Jul 21, 5:00am
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Sustained strong sales and jobs growth is pointing to ongoing momentum for small Kiwi businesses, according to business platform Xero
Sustained strong sales and jobs growth is pointing to ongoing momentum for small Kiwi businesses, according to business platform Xero
29th Jul 21, 5:00am
29th Jul 21, 5:00am
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Mark Tanner reviews the impact of China’s new birth rate-boosting regulations on foreign brands
Mark Tanner reviews the impact of China’s new birth rate-boosting regulations on foreign brands
29th Jul 21, 5:00am
28th Jul 21, 1:15pm
Infometrics' Brad Olsen points out that labour market pressures are leading to employer job poaching which in turn raises pay expectations, and in turn again means pay rate differences between industries matter
Infometrics' Brad Olsen points out that labour market pressures are leading to employer job poaching which in turn raises pay expectations, and in turn again means pay rate differences between industries matter
28th Jul 21, 1:15pm
28th Jul 21, 11:02am
The ACT Party wants to get the ball rolling on finding a less burdensome and less complicated way for New Zealand businesses to comply with international anti-money laundering expectations
The ACT Party wants to get the ball rolling on finding a less burdensome and less complicated way for New Zealand businesses to comply with international anti-money laundering expectations
28th Jul 21, 11:02am
28th Jul 21, 10:08am
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Dalia Marin considers whether rich-country governments should intervene to strengthen firms' production networks
Dalia Marin considers whether rich-country governments should intervene to strengthen firms' production networks
28th Jul 21, 10:08am
26th Jul 21, 11:40am
The inflation 'beast' of the 1970s and 80s WAS slain and any inflation we see ahead of us is 'only a distant cousin', Kiwibank economists say
The inflation 'beast' of the 1970s and 80s WAS slain and any inflation we see ahead of us is 'only a distant cousin', Kiwibank economists say
26th Jul 21, 11:40am
26th Jul 21, 10:25am
ACT lobbies the Government to let more people into New Zealand by reversing its yet-to-be-detailed 'immigration reset' and letting private hoteliers run managed isolation facilities
ACT lobbies the Government to let more people into New Zealand by reversing its yet-to-be-detailed 'immigration reset' and letting private hoteliers run managed isolation facilities
26th Jul 21, 10:25am
25th Jul 21, 4:13pm
The Week in Tax: Donald Rumsfeld’s reminder about the financial arrangements rules, an update on the interest limitation proposals, and is it time for a Fair Economic Return for property?
The Week in Tax: Donald Rumsfeld’s reminder about the financial arrangements rules, an update on the interest limitation proposals, and is it time for a Fair Economic Return for property?
25th Jul 21, 4:13pm
22nd Jul 21, 10:22am
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Meridian and Contact investigating use of renewable energy in Southland to produce green hydrogen 'at scale' once the aluminium smelter contract finishes at the end of 2024
Meridian and Contact investigating use of renewable energy in Southland to produce green hydrogen 'at scale' once the aluminium smelter contract finishes at the end of 2024
22nd Jul 21, 10:22am
21st Jul 21, 1:13pm
Economists at the country's largest bank believe inflation will stay elevated - above the RBNZ's targeted level - for about the next 12 months before declining again
Economists at the country's largest bank believe inflation will stay elevated - above the RBNZ's targeted level - for about the next 12 months before declining again
21st Jul 21, 1:13pm
21st Jul 21, 9:45am
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Hoe Ee Khor and Suan Yong Foo explain why current US-China tensions are unlikely to prove fatal for international technological cooperation
Hoe Ee Khor and Suan Yong Foo explain why current US-China tensions are unlikely to prove fatal for international technological cooperation
21st Jul 21, 9:45am
20th Jul 21, 7:24pm
Trade experts look through 'performative' outrage from Chinese Embassy over cyber attacks, and back the strength of NZ's business relationship with China
Trade experts look through 'performative' outrage from Chinese Embassy over cyber attacks, and back the strength of NZ's business relationship with China
20th Jul 21, 7:24pm
19th Jul 21, 10:09am
The Week in Tax: Cryptoassets in the spotlight. Is that meal deductible? and Inland Revenue is looking for a new home
The Week in Tax: Cryptoassets in the spotlight. Is that meal deductible? and Inland Revenue is looking for a new home
19th Jul 21, 10:09am
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16th Jul 21, 11:11am
Statistics New Zealand says the Consumers Price Index rose 1.3% in June quarter, a rise which is far more than economists expected; August 18 RBNZ rate hike now seems a done deal
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Statistics New Zealand says the Consumers Price Index rose 1.3% in June quarter, a rise which is far more than economists expected; August 18 RBNZ rate hike now seems a done deal
16th Jul 21, 11:11am
16th Jul 21, 5:00am
Government temporarily doubles the duration of the Essential Skills visa to two years for migrants with jobs that pay less than the median wage
Government temporarily doubles the duration of the Essential Skills visa to two years for migrants with jobs that pay less than the median wage
16th Jul 21, 5:00am
9th Jul 21, 2:35pm
Zagga raises 'multiple hundreds of thousands' of dollars in capital raise to fund technology revamp and launch of secondary market
Zagga raises 'multiple hundreds of thousands' of dollars in capital raise to fund technology revamp and launch of secondary market
9th Jul 21, 2:35pm
8th Jul 21, 3:37pm
MBIE advised the government against making it compulsory for employers and employees that fall under a Fair Pay Agreement to engage in collective bargaining
MBIE advised the government against making it compulsory for employers and employees that fall under a Fair Pay Agreement to engage in collective bargaining
8th Jul 21, 3:37pm
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6th Jul 21, 10:42am
ASB and BNZ tip imminent interest rate rise after NZIER latest Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows worst ever shortage of labour, while inflation pressures are continuing to mount
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ASB and BNZ tip imminent interest rate rise after NZIER latest Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows worst ever shortage of labour, while inflation pressures are continuing to mount
6th Jul 21, 10:42am
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5th Jul 21, 4:24pm
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Parties seeking to sell or issue shares should be emboldened by the fact that doing so will now be far less likely to result in the forfeiture of prior year tax losses
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Parties seeking to sell or issue shares should be emboldened by the fact that doing so will now be far less likely to result in the forfeiture of prior year tax losses
5th Jul 21, 4:24pm
5th Jul 21, 12:12pm
Shareholders in NZ's only oil refinery will vote next month on plans to turn it into an import-only facility by the middle of next year; the move's expected to cost in excess of $350 million
Shareholders in NZ's only oil refinery will vote next month on plans to turn it into an import-only facility by the middle of next year; the move's expected to cost in excess of $350 million
5th Jul 21, 12:12pm

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