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20th May 19, 3:18pm
Report spells out the costs and benefits of upgrading Northland's rail network to cater for port growth
Report spells out the costs and benefits of upgrading Northland's rail network to cater for port growth
20th May 19, 3:18pm
16th May 19, 8:29pm
Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
Forestry Minister Shane Jones talks up developing Gisborne as a hub for processing wood for both international and domestic markets as pre-Budget forestry announcement is unveiled
16th May 19, 8:29pm
15th May 19, 5:20pm
Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
Sino demand for NZ forestry products highlights dilemma faced by timber processors
15th May 19, 5:20pm
15th May 19, 7:26am
New forestry agreement with China to support and strengthen links between government, industry and research institutes, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says
New forestry agreement with China to support and strengthen links between government, industry and research institutes, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says
15th May 19, 7:26am
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14th May 19, 10:00am
Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says Auckland Council needs to sell the Ports of Auckland's business operations
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Mayoral candidate John Tamihere says Auckland Council needs to sell the Ports of Auckland's business operations
14th May 19, 10:00am
7th May 19, 7:20am
Trade Minister David Parker pays lip service to China's 'broader, cleaner, greener' Belt and Road Initiative
Trade Minister David Parker pays lip service to China's 'broader, cleaner, greener' Belt and Road Initiative
7th May 19, 7:20am
2nd May 19, 7:43am
Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO Michael Barnett says the City of Sails has to make some tough decisions over moving the Ports of Auckland
Auckland Chamber of Commerce CEO Michael Barnett says the City of Sails has to make some tough decisions over moving the Ports of Auckland
2nd May 19, 7:43am
30th Apr 19, 1:57pm
Business confidence stuck in slump according to ANZ survey; Residential construction intentions continue to trend downward
Business confidence stuck in slump according to ANZ survey; Residential construction intentions continue to trend downward
30th Apr 19, 1:57pm
29th Apr 19, 4:51pm
Upper North Island port ownership under the spotlight according to Shane Jones, who floats the idea of one entity owning controlling stakes in the Ports of Auckland, Northport and the Port of Tauranga
Upper North Island port ownership under the spotlight according to Shane Jones, who floats the idea of one entity owning controlling stakes in the Ports of Auckland, Northport and the Port of Tauranga
29th Apr 19, 4:51pm
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28th Mar 19, 1:29pm
Business confidence down again according to ANZ Business Outlook Survey; Data suggests 'significant downside risk for private sector residential building activity'
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Business confidence down again according to ANZ Business Outlook Survey; Data suggests 'significant downside risk for private sector residential building activity'
28th Mar 19, 1:29pm
20th Mar 19, 2:31pm
NZ's current account deficit slightly narrower than expected in December quarter; Late-2018 equity market wobbles contribute to NZ's net international liabilities jumping $11 billion 
NZ's current account deficit slightly narrower than expected in December quarter; Late-2018 equity market wobbles contribute to NZ's net international liabilities jumping $11 billion 
20th Mar 19, 2:31pm
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28th Feb 19, 1:10pm
ANZ's latest Business Outlook survey shows the recent improvement in levels of business confidence have stopped and a net 31% of survey respondents expect deteriorating conditions this year
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ANZ's latest Business Outlook survey shows the recent improvement in levels of business confidence have stopped and a net 31% of survey respondents expect deteriorating conditions this year
28th Feb 19, 1:10pm
27th Feb 19, 11:11am
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Stats NZ says January deficit of $914 mln shows imports rising much faster than exports
Stats NZ says January deficit of $914 mln shows imports rising much faster than exports
27th Feb 19, 11:11am
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20th Feb 19, 4:27pm
Winston Peters links Jenny Shipley's China-praising "opinion piece" to her Chinese business interests; Shipley refuses to comment
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Winston Peters links Jenny Shipley's China-praising "opinion piece" to her Chinese business interests; Shipley refuses to comment
20th Feb 19, 4:27pm
20th Feb 19, 4:10pm
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says if you fear Socialism then the best way to stop it is by cleaning up Capitalism
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says if you fear Socialism then the best way to stop it is by cleaning up Capitalism
20th Feb 19, 4:10pm
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19th Feb 19, 2:45pm
Trade Minister mulls invite to Belt and Road conference in China, while Chinese media reportedly falsely attributes praises of the initiative to former PM
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Trade Minister mulls invite to Belt and Road conference in China, while Chinese media reportedly falsely attributes praises of the initiative to former PM
19th Feb 19, 2:45pm
16th Feb 19, 9:16am
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says the assumption that the US has the military upper hand on China is just that - an assumption - and no one really knows if it is true, though some of the signs aren’t good
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics says the assumption that the US has the military upper hand on China is just that - an assumption - and no one really knows if it is true, though some of the signs aren’t good
16th Feb 19, 9:16am
15th Feb 19, 12:44pm
We look at what we have at risk in trade and economic exposure to China as they ramp up economic and political pressure on us to join its world view on trade and 'friendly relations'
We look at what we have at risk in trade and economic exposure to China as they ramp up economic and political pressure on us to join its world view on trade and 'friendly relations'
15th Feb 19, 12:44pm
15th Feb 19, 10:00am
Siah Hwee Ang on the latest happenings surrounding China, including the inevitable slowdown, a call for more investments and imports, keeping multinationals on their toes, the new e-commerce law and the new tech ambitions
Siah Hwee Ang on the latest happenings surrounding China, including the inevitable slowdown, a call for more investments and imports, keeping multinationals on their toes, the new e-commerce law and the new tech ambitions
15th Feb 19, 10:00am
13th Feb 19, 9:11am
Guy Trafford says the arable farming practice of stubble-burning makes no sense farming-wise and is unhelpfully selfish in its wider impacts on the community
Guy Trafford says the arable farming practice of stubble-burning makes no sense farming-wise and is unhelpfully selfish in its wider impacts on the community
13th Feb 19, 9:11am

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