Retailing

28th Mar 20, 10:32am
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
In the third part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at the complications of interchange & merchant service fees and finds a government minister still waving a regulatory stick
28th Mar 20, 10:32am
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
In the second part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan looks at how New Zealand's regulatory oversight of retail payments is behind where Australia was at in 2001
22nd Mar 20, 8:40am
21st Mar 20, 10:00am
In the first part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan details the scale of key players Visa & Mastercard, looks at how & why they pay a miniscule amount of tax & how interchange works
In the first part of a series on NZ's retail payment systems, Gareth Vaughan details the scale of key players Visa & Mastercard, looks at how & why they pay a miniscule amount of tax & how interchange works
21st Mar 20, 10:00am
19th Mar 20, 3:50pm
RBNZ says there's enough cash to 'meet demand under any circumstances' while banks and electronic payments systems are 'prepared, resilient, and will keep operating'
RBNZ says there's enough cash to 'meet demand under any circumstances' while banks and electronic payments systems are 'prepared, resilient, and will keep operating'
19th Mar 20, 3:50pm
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11th Dec 19, 11:10am
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Retail card sales bounced back strongly in November 2019, Statistics NZ says, with much more spent on long-lasting goods such as recreational, hardware, and appliances, as well as food and drink
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Retail card sales bounced back strongly in November 2019, Statistics NZ says, with much more spent on long-lasting goods such as recreational, hardware, and appliances, as well as food and drink
11th Dec 19, 11:10am
4th Apr 19, 1:21pm
Veiled threats by eBay and Alibaba that they could be forced to go offline if the Government doesn't give them more time to get ready to start paying GST met with scepticism by MPs
Veiled threats by eBay and Alibaba that they could be forced to go offline if the Government doesn't give them more time to get ready to start paying GST met with scepticism by MPs
4th Apr 19, 1:21pm
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18th Oct 18, 10:06am
Govt proposes law change to require overseas retailers selling goods to New Zealanders online to start paying GST; Change won't necessarily cost online shoppers more
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Govt proposes law change to require overseas retailers selling goods to New Zealanders online to start paying GST; Change won't necessarily cost online shoppers more
18th Oct 18, 10:06am
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1st May 18, 11:31am
The Revenue Minister has the go-ahead from the Tax Working Group to require overseas businesses to collect and return GST on any products worth less than $400
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The Revenue Minister has the go-ahead from the Tax Working Group to require overseas businesses to collect and return GST on any products worth less than $400
1st May 18, 11:31am
12th May 17, 4:02pm
Xero argues retail payments network ownership should be removed from major users as it was in the electricity and telecoms industries
Xero argues retail payments network ownership should be removed from major users as it was in the electricity and telecoms industries
12th May 17, 4:02pm
27th Apr 17, 11:54am
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Patrick Watson asks whether the internet, whose transparency was supposed to empower consumers, is doing the opposite
Patrick Watson asks whether the internet, whose transparency was supposed to empower consumers, is doing the opposite
27th Apr 17, 11:54am
7th Feb 17, 4:50pm
NZBA offers range of 'proactive and voluntary measures' as an alternative to potential government regulation of retail payments systems
NZBA offers range of 'proactive and voluntary measures' as an alternative to potential government regulation of retail payments systems
7th Feb 17, 4:50pm
27th Oct 16, 5:02pm
As the Government mulls regulating credit card interchange fees, New Zealand has been named one of the most profitable credit card markets in the world
As the Government mulls regulating credit card interchange fees, New Zealand has been named one of the most profitable credit card markets in the world
27th Oct 16, 5:02pm
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21st Sep 16, 12:33pm
Government mulling credit, debit card interchange fees charged to businesses and surcharges faced by consumers in retail payments probe
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Government mulling credit, debit card interchange fees charged to businesses and surcharges faced by consumers in retail payments probe
21st Sep 16, 12:33pm
19th Oct 15, 5:05am
Launch of EFTPOS online planned for 2016 after pilot with ASB as Paymark sets sights on digital payments world
Launch of EFTPOS online planned for 2016 after pilot with ASB as Paymark sets sights on digital payments world
19th Oct 15, 5:05am
17th Mar 15, 1:38pm
Key says Government looking at unilateral consumption tax on online purchases from offshore sites; also looking at making online retailers register for GST
Key says Government looking at unilateral consumption tax on online purchases from offshore sites; also looking at making online retailers register for GST
17th Mar 15, 1:38pm
27th Nov 14, 1:50pm
October sales spurt had a big international component, probably helped by the iPhone6 release, hurt by fast fall of daily deals category
October sales spurt had a big international component, probably helped by the iPhone6 release, hurt by fast fall of daily deals category
27th Nov 14, 1:50pm
22nd Apr 14, 10:40am
Do Easter commercial restrictions still make sense? Benje Patterson reviews the pros and cons today as opposed to when the law was originally set up
Do Easter commercial restrictions still make sense? Benje Patterson reviews the pros and cons today as opposed to when the law was originally set up
22nd Apr 14, 10:40am
4th Feb 14, 9:55am
Westpac to use Apple’s iBeacon technology in branches and trial Cash Tank app on Google Glass
Westpac to use Apple’s iBeacon technology in branches and trial Cash Tank app on Google Glass
4th Feb 14, 9:55am
8th Jan 14, 10:57am
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December spending rounds off fastest year of growth since 2008 says Paymark
December spending rounds off fastest year of growth since 2008 says Paymark
8th Jan 14, 10:57am
14th Nov 13, 10:50am
Statistics New Zealand says retail spending was flat in the September quarter
Statistics New Zealand says retail spending was flat in the September quarter
14th Nov 13, 10:50am

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