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23rd Dec 19, 11:07am
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What America needs are policies to shape the direction of technological development and restore workers' living standards and bargaining power
What America needs are policies to shape the direction of technological development and restore workers' living standards and bargaining power
23rd Dec 19, 11:07am
22nd Dec 19, 3:35pm
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Much larger investment in green-energy research and development is what is actually needed, rather than trivial campaign slogans, and a massive effort needs to start now
Much larger investment in green-energy research and development is what is actually needed, rather than trivial campaign slogans, and a massive effort needs to start now
22nd Dec 19, 3:35pm
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
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If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
If the West wants to compete effectively against China and other fast-growing Asian countries, governments need to make innovation central to their economic policies, says David Sainsbury
21st Dec 19, 10:20am
17th Dec 19, 2:31pm
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From Middle Earth to outer space, New Zealand business has covered a lot of ground in the last 10 years. The Spinoff's Business Editor Maria Slade looks back
From Middle Earth to outer space, New Zealand business has covered a lot of ground in the last 10 years. The Spinoff's Business Editor Maria Slade looks back
17th Dec 19, 2:31pm
17th Dec 19, 11:25am
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Strong demand for New Zealand product sees Rabobank lift its 2019/20 milk price forecast by +$0.45/kgMS and that rise puts it near the top of most analyst's current estimates
Strong demand for New Zealand product sees Rabobank lift its 2019/20 milk price forecast by +$0.45/kgMS and that rise puts it near the top of most analyst's current estimates
17th Dec 19, 11:25am
14th Dec 19, 10:01am
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Currency crises, over-leverage and low rates – potential drivers of a gold bull market, says the World Gold Council
Currency crises, over-leverage and low rates – potential drivers of a gold bull market, says the World Gold Council
14th Dec 19, 10:01am
10th Dec 19, 4:08pm
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Farmer confidence rebounded strongly in the fourth quarter, but remains at net negative levels overall: Rabobank survey
Farmer confidence rebounded strongly in the fourth quarter, but remains at net negative levels overall: Rabobank survey
10th Dec 19, 4:08pm
3rd Dec 19, 11:44am
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Davos boss wants stakeholder capitalism to replace shareholder capitalism, where 'shared value creation' includes ESG targets alongside financial metrics
Davos boss wants stakeholder capitalism to replace shareholder capitalism, where 'shared value creation' includes ESG targets alongside financial metrics
3rd Dec 19, 11:44am
2nd Dec 19, 11:41am
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Closing the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter down entirely isn’t the answer, but neither is letting it run as before. Jeanette Fitzsimons has a compromise plan
Closing the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter down entirely isn’t the answer, but neither is letting it run as before. Jeanette Fitzsimons has a compromise plan
2nd Dec 19, 11:41am
30th Nov 19, 10:57am
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East Asia has a long tradition of forward-thinking policymaking. At a time of serious economic, political, and social challenges, the region must uphold that tradition – or Latin America’s tumultuous present may be its future
East Asia has a long tradition of forward-thinking policymaking. At a time of serious economic, political, and social challenges, the region must uphold that tradition – or Latin America’s tumultuous present may be its future
30th Nov 19, 10:57am
27th Nov 19, 5:29pm
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Farmers say that banks are getting tougher and changing conditions as they seek to contain or even reduce their exposure to agriculture, according to an industry survey
Farmers say that banks are getting tougher and changing conditions as they seek to contain or even reduce their exposure to agriculture, according to an industry survey
27th Nov 19, 5:29pm
25th Nov 19, 1:01pm
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Andy Glenie and Joanna Trezise review the outcomes of more active enforcement activity by the OIO over failure to seek consents, and failure to comply with conditions of consents when granted
Andy Glenie and Joanna Trezise review the outcomes of more active enforcement activity by the OIO over failure to seek consents, and failure to comply with conditions of consents when granted
25th Nov 19, 1:01pm
25th Nov 19, 10:24am
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From the latest court ruling, businesses are advised to review their standard-form contractual terms to ensure they are fair and transparently presented; and front-foot the upcoming expansion of the UCT regime to some B2B contracts
From the latest court ruling, businesses are advised to review their standard-form contractual terms to ensure they are fair and transparently presented; and front-foot the upcoming expansion of the UCT regime to some B2B contracts
25th Nov 19, 10:24am
23rd Nov 19, 9:54am
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Kevin Loane sees inter-generational strife swelling from some important imbalances, but most millennials seem strangely uninterested in wresting the levers to make change
Kevin Loane sees inter-generational strife swelling from some important imbalances, but most millennials seem strangely uninterested in wresting the levers to make change
23rd Nov 19, 9:54am
23rd Nov 19, 9:46am
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In 1995, a sociologist argued that developed countries’ “overriding task” for the subsequent decade was to "square the circle of wealth creation, social cohesion, and political freedom.” More than two decades later, most have not even attempted that feat
In 1995, a sociologist argued that developed countries’ “overriding task” for the subsequent decade was to "square the circle of wealth creation, social cohesion, and political freedom.” More than two decades later, most have not even attempted that feat
23rd Nov 19, 9:46am
22nd Nov 19, 8:00am
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NZD continues to hug the US64 cent level. Markets have a “glass half full” view of trade talk headlines. Eyes on RBNZ's FSR and new employment indicators
NZD continues to hug the US64 cent level. Markets have a “glass half full” view of trade talk headlines. Eyes on RBNZ's FSR and new employment indicators
22nd Nov 19, 8:00am
21st Nov 19, 7:56am
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Eyes on US Fed minutes but surprises not expected. NZD steady, despite some vestiges of risk aversion. Forecasts for 2019/20 milk price lifted
Eyes on US Fed minutes but surprises not expected. NZD steady, despite some vestiges of risk aversion. Forecasts for 2019/20 milk price lifted
21st Nov 19, 7:56am
19th Nov 19, 7:22pm
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Danyl Mclauchlan on why having an early election might be better for Labour and the Greens than enduring another year of NZ First drama
Danyl Mclauchlan on why having an early election might be better for Labour and the Greens than enduring another year of NZ First drama
19th Nov 19, 7:22pm
16th Nov 19, 9:31am
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Yuen Yuen Ang says nothing beats inclusive economic growth as the way to lift large numbers of people out of poverty
Yuen Yuen Ang says nothing beats inclusive economic growth as the way to lift large numbers of people out of poverty
16th Nov 19, 9:31am
15th Nov 19, 10:00am
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Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
Motu researchers on rogue state USA, the use of antidepressants, gerrymandering in social networks, painting cows, and the history of philosophy in one graphic…
15th Nov 19, 10:00am

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