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16th Oct 19, 3:48pm
Better access to the huge Indian market important focus for New Zealand in Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiations with dairy exports an important part of the equation
Better access to the huge Indian market important focus for New Zealand in Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiations with dairy exports an important part of the equation
16th Oct 19, 3:48pm
7th Oct 19, 4:41pm
Northland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Stephen Smith says shifting the Ports of Auckland to Northport could cost $20 billion and take 10 to 15 years
Northland Chamber of Commerce chief executive Stephen Smith says shifting the Ports of Auckland to Northport could cost $20 billion and take 10 to 15 years
7th Oct 19, 4:41pm
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4th Oct 19, 1:49pm
Closing the Ports of Auckland and moving its operations to Whangarei would cost $10.3 billion according to EY report  
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Closing the Ports of Auckland and moving its operations to Whangarei would cost $10.3 billion according to EY report  
4th Oct 19, 1:49pm
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1st Oct 19, 10:13am
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion suggests GDP could fall below 1% later this year; RBNZ likely to be forced to cut interest rates further
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Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion suggests GDP could fall below 1% later this year; RBNZ likely to be forced to cut interest rates further
1st Oct 19, 10:13am
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30th Sep 19, 1:23pm
Latest ANZ Business Outlook Survey shows that the Reserve Bank's 'shock and Orr' cut to interest rates last month has done little to improve sentiment in the business community
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Latest ANZ Business Outlook Survey shows that the Reserve Bank's 'shock and Orr' cut to interest rates last month has done little to improve sentiment in the business community
30th Sep 19, 1:23pm
27th Sep 19, 10:00am
Ports of Auckland chief executive Tony Gibson says it has been a 'challenging but productive' 12 months for the port
Ports of Auckland chief executive Tony Gibson says it has been a 'challenging but productive' 12 months for the port
27th Sep 19, 10:00am
18th Sep 19, 11:06am
Westpac economists say unconventional monetary policy could help the Reserve Bank meet its inflation target but they warn that any monetary policy is 'no panacea'
Westpac economists say unconventional monetary policy could help the Reserve Bank meet its inflation target but they warn that any monetary policy is 'no panacea'
18th Sep 19, 11:06am
16th Sep 19, 4:01pm
PTS proposal to ship thousands of imported cars a year from the Ports of Auckland to Highbrook still has to get port sign off
PTS proposal to ship thousands of imported cars a year from the Ports of Auckland to Highbrook still has to get port sign off
16th Sep 19, 4:01pm
6th Sep 19, 12:16pm
NZ First's Shane Jones and Winston Peters announce $98.4 million investment from the Provincial Growth Fund in Auckland to Whangarei rail line
NZ First's Shane Jones and Winston Peters announce $98.4 million investment from the Provincial Growth Fund in Auckland to Whangarei rail line
6th Sep 19, 12:16pm
2nd Sep 19, 2:32pm
The big bank economists are mulling what the flagging business confidence and drooping inflation expectations mean for the economy, with one economist even questioning whether the economy is heading for 'stall speed'
The big bank economists are mulling what the flagging business confidence and drooping inflation expectations mean for the economy, with one economist even questioning whether the economy is heading for 'stall speed'
2nd Sep 19, 2:32pm
2nd Sep 19, 10:28am
Ports of Auckland's $60m cranes that arrived last October haven't been used yet with company saying 'challenges' during commissioning are 'nothing more than you’d expect in a project of this size & complexity'
Ports of Auckland's $60m cranes that arrived last October haven't been used yet with company saying 'challenges' during commissioning are 'nothing more than you’d expect in a project of this size & complexity'
2nd Sep 19, 10:28am
29th Aug 19, 1:14pm
ANZ Business Outlook Survey says there's 'nothing good to say' about business confidence as it hits the lowest level in over 11 years while increasing numbers of firms intend to reduce staff numbers
ANZ Business Outlook Survey says there's 'nothing good to say' about business confidence as it hits the lowest level in over 11 years while increasing numbers of firms intend to reduce staff numbers
29th Aug 19, 1:14pm
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
S&P global chief economist Paul Gruenwald says major economies are still performing okay despite the US-China trade war fuelling anxiety
27th Aug 19, 4:56pm
18th Aug 19, 6:02am
David Hargreaves says with the Official Cash Rate now quickly moving towards zero we will all need to know as soon as possible what alternative weapons the Reserve Bank proposes wielding to shape monetary policy
David Hargreaves says with the Official Cash Rate now quickly moving towards zero we will all need to know as soon as possible what alternative weapons the Reserve Bank proposes wielding to shape monetary policy
18th Aug 19, 6:02am
15th Aug 19, 3:41pm
The Auckland Council's dividends from the Ports of Auckland will be seriously cut according to new projections
The Auckland Council's dividends from the Ports of Auckland will be seriously cut according to new projections
15th Aug 19, 3:41pm
8th Aug 19, 3:03pm
With the Reserve Bank starting to run out of room to further cut interest rates, ANZ economists are calling for the central bank to soon unveil what its plans are for 'unconventional' monetary policy
With the Reserve Bank starting to run out of room to further cut interest rates, ANZ economists are calling for the central bank to soon unveil what its plans are for 'unconventional' monetary policy
8th Aug 19, 3:03pm
31st Jul 19, 1:26pm
ANZ Business Outlook Survey shows the worst sentiment in the construction sector since 2009, while overall business confidence has sagged again and more firms are expecting to cut staff
ANZ Business Outlook Survey shows the worst sentiment in the construction sector since 2009, while overall business confidence has sagged again and more firms are expecting to cut staff
31st Jul 19, 1:26pm
8th Jul 19, 11:17am
Westpac economists pare back their economic growth forecasts and now see annual GDP growth of just 2.4% through the first half of this year, however, they reckon house price growth could be even stronger than they previously forecast
Westpac economists pare back their economic growth forecasts and now see annual GDP growth of just 2.4% through the first half of this year, however, they reckon house price growth could be even stronger than they previously forecast
8th Jul 19, 11:17am
2nd Jul 19, 10:23am
NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows a net 31% of businesses see deteriorating conditions over the next 12 months; survey results likely to put more downward pressure on outlook for interest rates
NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows a net 31% of businesses see deteriorating conditions over the next 12 months; survey results likely to put more downward pressure on outlook for interest rates
2nd Jul 19, 10:23am
27th Jun 19, 1:45pm
ANZ Business Outlook Survey shows considerable improvement in mood in residential construction sector, though the overall construction outlook remains grim
ANZ Business Outlook Survey shows considerable improvement in mood in residential construction sector, though the overall construction outlook remains grim
27th Jun 19, 1:45pm

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