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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says New Zealand needs to demonstrate how it can contribute to security and prosperity in its own backyard or it will fall off the world map
23rd Apr 24, 2:39pm
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Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says New Zealand needs to demonstrate how it can contribute to security and prosperity in its own backyard or it will fall off the world map
Juha Saarinen talks about software supply chain attacks on Radio New Zealand
16th Apr 24, 12:38pm
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Juha Saarinen talks about software supply chain attacks on Radio New Zealand
Small countries should take a stand against 'law of the jungle' and promote free trade, Christopher Luxon and Lee Hsien Loong say
16th Apr 24, 6:59am
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Small countries should take a stand against 'law of the jungle' and promote free trade, Christopher Luxon and Lee Hsien Loong say
Naoise McDonagh says Australia is playing catch-up with the Future Made in Australia Act. Will it be enough?
15th Apr 24, 10:51am
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Naoise McDonagh says Australia is playing catch-up with the Future Made in Australia Act. Will it be enough?
Gareth Vaughan on Albo sharpening his elbows for new competition, the search for r*, Mossack & Fonseca go on trial, CBDCs & privacy, Saudi Arabia's megacity
13th Apr 24, 8:59am
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Gareth Vaughan on Albo sharpening his elbows for new competition, the search for r*, Mossack & Fonseca go on trial, CBDCs & privacy, Saudi Arabia's megacity
Friend-shoring: What Biden wants to achieve by trading with allies rather than rivals
25th Mar 24, 9:49am
by Guest
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Friend-shoring: What Biden wants to achieve by trading with allies rather than rivals
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Stats NZ says food prices fell 0.6% in February, while rent increases showed signs of stabilising and domestic airfares went up again; economists see 'upside risks' to March quarter inflation figures
13th Mar 24, 11:31am
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Stats NZ says food prices fell 0.6% in February, while rent increases showed signs of stabilising and domestic airfares went up again; economists see 'upside risks' to March quarter inflation figures
Suez Canal attacks on shipping and Panama Canal low water levels force NZ meat exporters to find ingenious solutions
12th Mar 24, 1:18pm
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Suez Canal attacks on shipping and Panama Canal low water levels force NZ meat exporters to find ingenious solutions
Suez Canal trade down 50% in first 2 months of year, while Panama Canal trade fell 32%, disrupting supply chains & distorting key macroeconomic indicators
8th Mar 24, 10:29am
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Suez Canal trade down 50% in first 2 months of year, while Panama Canal trade fell 32%, disrupting supply chains & distorting key macroeconomic indicators
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Stats NZ says food prices rose 0.9% in January, while rents for new tenancies shot up 2.5%, and tobacco prices increased 6.4% - but airfares went into reverse
14th Feb 24, 11:25am
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Stats NZ says food prices rose 0.9% in January, while rents for new tenancies shot up 2.5%, and tobacco prices increased 6.4% - but airfares went into reverse
Kiwibank's Jarrod Kerr on the war on inflation including how much the RBNZ can influence non-tradeable inflation, and whether its mandate may need changing
26th Jan 24, 10:01am
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Kiwibank's Jarrod Kerr on the war on inflation including how much the RBNZ can influence non-tradeable inflation, and whether its mandate may need changing
Six Kiwi soldiers will help target airstrikes against Houthi forces threatening key shipping route in the Middle East
23rd Jan 24, 6:14pm
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Six Kiwi soldiers will help target airstrikes against Houthi forces threatening key shipping route in the Middle East
With new figures this week likely to show our inflation rate falling meaningfully, economists are nevertheless concerned about the potential for for further inflationary disruptions
22nd Jan 24, 3:05pm
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With new figures this week likely to show our inflation rate falling meaningfully, economists are nevertheless concerned about the potential for for further inflationary disruptions
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Stats NZ says food prices fell in December for the fourth consecutive month, taking the annual rate of food price inflation down to 4.8% compared with the peak level of 12.5% seen earlier in 2023; airfares skyrocket; rents keep pushing up
18th Jan 24, 11:01am
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Stats NZ says food prices fell in December for the fourth consecutive month, taking the annual rate of food price inflation down to 4.8% compared with the peak level of 12.5% seen earlier in 2023; airfares skyrocket; rents keep pushing up
Stats NZ says food prices fell in November for the third consecutive month; domestic airfares and accommodation rose
13th Dec 23, 12:37pm
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Stats NZ says food prices fell in November for the third consecutive month; domestic airfares and accommodation rose
ASB economists estimate that average household living costs will have increased by about $115 a week in 2023 - and with a further $70 hike to come next year, but income rises will probably beat that
7th Dec 23, 10:30am
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ASB economists estimate that average household living costs will have increased by about $115 a week in 2023 - and with a further $70 hike to come next year, but income rises will probably beat that
Dustin Cole looks at how and why fresh water is a hidden challenge, and opportunity, for global supply chains
20th Nov 23, 2:26pm
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Dustin Cole looks at how and why fresh water is a hidden challenge, and opportunity, for global supply chains
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Economists are reviewing their inflation and interest rate forecasts after new Stats NZ pricing information suggests the rate of inflation in the current quarter may be slower than expected
15th Nov 23, 8:24am
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Economists are reviewing their inflation and interest rate forecasts after new Stats NZ pricing information suggests the rate of inflation in the current quarter may be slower than expected
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Stats NZ says food prices 'fell across the board in October'; Stats NZ has also released a new monthly series of pricing data to give more timely inflation information; airfares now dropping quickly, rents still rising, tobacco up sharply
14th Nov 23, 11:07am
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Stats NZ says food prices 'fell across the board in October'; Stats NZ has also released a new monthly series of pricing data to give more timely inflation information; airfares now dropping quickly, rents still rising, tobacco up sharply
Change, along with death & taxes, is a certainty in life with none of us knowing exactly what's around the corner. So Gareth Vaughan's pleased to see at least one central banker is thinking about change
2nd Nov 23, 1:20pm
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Change, along with death & taxes, is a certainty in life with none of us knowing exactly what's around the corner. So Gareth Vaughan's pleased to see at least one central banker is thinking about change
The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent global disruptions have heightened awareness of New Zealand's exposure to them. So in an uncertain world, how well prepared are we for future shocks?
28th Oct 23, 8:30am
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The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent global disruptions have heightened awareness of New Zealand's exposure to them. So in an uncertain world, how well prepared are we for future shocks?
In our latest Of Interest podcast episode Dave Christie explains the challenges NZ's supply chains face and what can be done to improve them
19th Oct 23, 12:04pm
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In our latest Of Interest podcast episode Dave Christie explains the challenges NZ's supply chains face and what can be done to improve them
Food prices virtually unchanged on a seasonally adjusted basis in the past month, taking the annual rate of food price inflation down to 8.0%, according to Stats NZ
12th Oct 23, 11:13am
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Food prices virtually unchanged on a seasonally adjusted basis in the past month, taking the annual rate of food price inflation down to 8.0%, according to Stats NZ
Climate extremes make NZ’s supply chains highly vulnerable – it’s time to rethink how we grow and ship food
26th Jul 23, 8:06am
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Climate extremes make NZ’s supply chains highly vulnerable – it’s time to rethink how we grow and ship food
Why Russia pulled out of its grain deal with Ukraine, and what that means for the global food system
20th Jul 23, 12:31pm
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Why Russia pulled out of its grain deal with Ukraine, and what that means for the global food system