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New Zealand In Recession

27 June 2008 - The March quarter GDP figures released today are disappointing given we have been enjoying some of the best terms of trade in decades, says the Employers & Manufacturers Association (Northern).

Account Deficit Illustrates Exporters Pain

Account Deficit Illustrates Exporters Pain

27 June 2008 - The New Zealand Manufacturers and Exporters Association (NZMEA) says the current account deficit of $2.16 billion for the March quarter demonstrates the damage monetary policy has done to New Zealand's tradeable sector.

Finsec: Slash And Burn Not The Answer To Current Economic Woes

27 June 2008 - The bank workers union Finsec is calling on big business to resist a traditional slash and burn response to the 0.3% decrease in GDP announced today and instead is calling for an increase in their expenditure and investment in New Zealand.

Farmers Aghast At Taskforce Abandonment

The chairman of Federated Farmers Meat & Fibre Section, Bruce Wills says farmers are aghast at the announced disbandment of the Meat Industry Taskforce today.

InternetNZ Welcomes Multilingual Domain Names And Easier Rules For New TLDs

InternetNZ Welcomes Multilingual Domain Names And Easier Rules For New TLDs

27 June 2008 - InternetNZ (the Internet Society of New Zealand Inc) today welcomed two significant decisions announced at a meeting of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), which has just concluded in Paris, France.

Greenpeace: Big Business' Desperation Shameful

Greenpeace: Big Business' Desperation Shameful

27 June 2008 - Big polluting business' desperate last ditch attempt to halt the emission trading scheme is shameful, says Greenpeace.

An open letter signed by 14 industry representatives has gone to all MPs urging them not to back the scheme.

Rising Food And Fuel Prices Mean Western Households

27 June 2008 - As palpable anxiety pervades the world's financial markets and unprecedented economic events - such as an eight percent one-day rise in the cost of a barrel of oil - dominate the media, there is a bounty to be won by any economist, analyst or trader who can accurately predict what

Season's Final Sale Sees Wool Prices Increase Further

27 JUNE 2008 - New Zealand Wool Services International Ltd reports that the final sale of the 2007/08 wool season, of 15,000 bales held in Christchurch this week, resulted in prices lifting across all categories.

Autobase Secures Major Japanese Vehicle Suppliers

Autobase Secures Major Japanese Vehicle Suppliers

27 June 2008 - AutoBase, through it's division AutoBase Wholesale, is pleased to announce that it has secured an arrangement for the supply of pre-owned vehicles from several major Japan suppliers including the car purchasing giant Gulliver International Co., Ltd (www.glv.co.jp).

Final Determinations For Backhaul Services

Final Determinations For Backhaul Services

The Commerce Commission has today released its final determinations on the price and non-price terms for the backhaul services that support the unbundled copper local loop (UCLL) and unbundled bitstream (UBA) broadband services.

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