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Manufacturing

Mainstream economics critic Steve Keen says Covid-19 has exposed the fragility of globalisation and countries like New Zealand should look to boost domestic manufacturing
8th Sep 21, 7:30am
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Mainstream economics critic Steve Keen says Covid-19 has exposed the fragility of globalisation and countries like New Zealand should look to boost domestic manufacturing
Dalia Marin considers whether rich-country governments should intervene to strengthen firms' production networks
28th Jul 21, 10:08am
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Dalia Marin considers whether rich-country governments should intervene to strengthen firms' production networks
Mercury says it will have about 780,000 connections across both energy and telco services once the acquisition of the Trustpower assets has been completed
21st Jun 21, 11:41am
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Mercury says it will have about 780,000 connections across both energy and telco services once the acquisition of the Trustpower assets has been completed
Dalia Marin explains why the "China shock" has undermined innovation in some economies and bolstered it in others
17th Jun 21, 9:39am
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Dalia Marin explains why the "China shock" has undermined innovation in some economies and bolstered it in others
A deep dive into what's causing wholesale electricity prices to soar and manufacturers curtail production
18th Apr 21, 6:01am
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A deep dive into what's causing wholesale electricity prices to soar and manufacturers curtail production
Government controlled power generator and retailer Mercury is buying the NZ assets of Tilt Renewables in a deal that will see Australia's PowAR buy out the Australian assets of Tilt
15th Mar 21, 9:56am
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Government controlled power generator and retailer Mercury is buying the NZ assets of Tilt Renewables in a deal that will see Australia's PowAR buy out the Australian assets of Tilt
Infratil says its CEO of the past 12 years Marko Bogoievski is leaving the job in April, but he will be staying on as chief executive of Infratil's manager Morrison & Co
10th Feb 21, 9:53am
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Infratil says its CEO of the past 12 years Marko Bogoievski is leaving the job in April, but he will be staying on as chief executive of Infratil's manager Morrison & Co
Trustpower says it is 'testing market interest' in its retail energy business that has over 230,000 customers
28th Jan 21, 12:26pm
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Trustpower says it is 'testing market interest' in its retail energy business that has over 230,000 customers
David Hargreaves has a look at the curious emergence of takeover interest in the owner of Wellington Airport, Vodafone NZ and TrustPower
9th Dec 20, 2:51pm
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David Hargreaves has a look at the curious emergence of takeover interest in the owner of Wellington Airport, Vodafone NZ and TrustPower
Infratil, owner of Wellington Airport, Vodafone NZ, Trustpower and Tilt Renewables, rebuffs $5.4 billion offer from AustralianSuper; Infratil share price rockets
9th Dec 20, 8:56am
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Infratil, owner of Wellington Airport, Vodafone NZ, Trustpower and Tilt Renewables, rebuffs $5.4 billion offer from AustralianSuper; Infratil share price rockets
Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
27th Aug 20, 10:03am
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Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
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Fisher & Paykel Healthcare increases annual profit and revenue guidance as strong demand for its respiratory care products 'continues to approximately track the spread of COVID-19 around the world'
18th Aug 20, 11:44am
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Fisher & Paykel Healthcare increases annual profit and revenue guidance as strong demand for its respiratory care products 'continues to approximately track the spread of COVID-19 around the world'
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Economy - Manufacturing
25th Jul 20, 5:55am
Election 2020 - Party Policies - Economy - Manufacturing
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Fisher & Paykel Healthcare CEO Lewis Gradon talks to Gareth Vaughan about his company's extraordinary 2020 as a key global provider of products to treat COVID-19
12th Jul 20, 7:38am
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Fisher & Paykel Healthcare CEO Lewis Gradon talks to Gareth Vaughan about his company's extraordinary 2020 as a key global provider of products to treat COVID-19
BNZ's auditor warns of the uncertainties of COVID-19's impact, while Westpac NZ flags highly impacted customers as those in industries exposed to social distancing, travel, and supply chain disruption
26th May 20, 9:23am
BNZ's auditor warns of the uncertainties of COVID-19's impact, while Westpac NZ flags highly impacted customers as those in industries exposed to social distancing, travel, and supply chain disruption
The hugely successful coronavirus response means NZ is well-placed for an export-led recovery, writes Charles Finny in this paper for the SSANSE Commission for a Post-Covid Future at the University of Canterbury
20th May 20, 10:15am
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The hugely successful coronavirus response means NZ is well-placed for an export-led recovery, writes Charles Finny in this paper for the SSANSE Commission for a Post-Covid Future at the University of Canterbury
Economists forecast that GDP figures out this week will show growth in the September quarter came in above Reserve Bank expectations
16th Dec 19, 1:02pm
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Economists forecast that GDP figures out this week will show growth in the September quarter came in above Reserve Bank expectations
Reda Cherif and Fuad Hasanov argue that a true industrial policy is essentially a technology and innovation policy, with technology and innovation key to economic growth
3rd Nov 19, 6:00am
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Reda Cherif and Fuad Hasanov argue that a true industrial policy is essentially a technology and innovation policy, with technology and innovation key to economic growth
Kiwibank economists say monetary policy is proving ineffective without fiscal support and we need 'strong, wise and expansive fiscal policy'
19th Sep 19, 11:02am
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Kiwibank economists say monetary policy is proving ineffective without fiscal support and we need 'strong, wise and expansive fiscal policy'
New Gross Domestic Product figures out this week expected to show quarterly growth of around 0.5% and annual growth of a little over 2%; such figures would be in line with RBNZ expectations
16th Sep 19, 12:54pm
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New Gross Domestic Product figures out this week expected to show quarterly growth of around 0.5% and annual growth of a little over 2%; such figures would be in line with RBNZ expectations
Rodney Dickens crunches the numbers around the sharp drop in our factory PMI to see if it is signaling an imminent fall off in economic growth
3rd Sep 19, 10:00am
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Rodney Dickens crunches the numbers around the sharp drop in our factory PMI to see if it is signaling an imminent fall off in economic growth
GDP growth steady at 0.6% in March quarter off the back of higher construction activity; Figures over-shoot Reserve Bank forecasts
20th Jun 19, 10:52am
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GDP growth steady at 0.6% in March quarter off the back of higher construction activity; Figures over-shoot Reserve Bank forecasts
Economic growth expected to have slowed in March quarter; RBNZ's forecasts slightly weaker than most bank economists'; Growth expected to be largely driven by construction
17th Jun 19, 2:53pm
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Economic growth expected to have slowed in March quarter; RBNZ's forecasts slightly weaker than most bank economists'; Growth expected to be largely driven by construction
ANZ's global chief economist sees technology contributing to the suppression of wage growth, but the relationship between technology and productivity as more complicated
14th Apr 19, 6:02am
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ANZ's global chief economist sees technology contributing to the suppression of wage growth, but the relationship between technology and productivity as more complicated
Falling manufacturing sales prompt BNZ to lower expectations of next week's GDP figures, while economists say economic growth figures could fall short of the Reserve Bank's expectations
10th Dec 18, 2:42pm
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Falling manufacturing sales prompt BNZ to lower expectations of next week's GDP figures, while economists say economic growth figures could fall short of the Reserve Bank's expectations