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Hyundai Moves Up Global Rankings To Fourth Place

Hyundai Moves Up Global Rankings To Fourth Place

6 August 2009 - Hyundai Motor Company has posted a 36.6 percent rise in July global sales compared to a year earlier and has moved up the ranks to fourth place overall according to global industry figures* year to date (YTD).

Vint Cerf To Headline IPV6 Hui

6 August 2009 - The New Zealand IPv6 Steering Group announces that 'Father of the Internet' and global IPv6 proponent Dr Vint Cerf is visiting New Zealand this month to headline the IPv6 Hui.

Arrow Appoints New Director

6 August 2009 - Lale Ieremia has been appointed a director to the Board of Arrow International, a company currently completing its 25th year as a project management and construction company

Mr Ieremia joined the company in 1999 and has managed projects approaching $1 billion in value

Unemployment Rate In Context

Unemployment Rate In Context

6 August 2009 - Business NZ says the six percent unemployment rate released today needs to be looked at in light of the economic events of the last two years.

Business Mentors New Zealand Rallies Corporates To Support Smes Through Recession

6 August 2009 - Business Mentors New Zealand, the nation's only not-for-profit mentoring organisation, is calling on larger companies to give a helping hand to get small to medium size enterprises through the recession.

138,000 People Out Of Work Need Action

The Government needs urgently to expand its programmes to counteract the largest quarterly rise in unemployment since 1988 and assist those hit, says the CTU.

Stuff.co.nz Consequences Campaign Launch

Stuff.co.nz Consequences Campaign Launch

At midday today in downtown Auckland New Zealand’s leading news website stuff.co.nz will launch its “consequences” campaign.  A “member” of the Stuff team will be hung upside down over a balcony on the 6th floor of the Dilworth Building on Queen Street.

Unemployment Rate Not As Bad As Overseas

Unemployment Rate Not As Bad As Overseas

New Zealand's 6% unemployment rate announced today is a concern, but it needs to kept perspective. In many cases it's much worse overseas," says Cameron Brewer, general manager of the Newmarket Business Association.

Council Bonds Sold Out

Council Bonds Sold Out

Manukau Mayor Len Brown says he is pleased to announce Manukau City Council bonds have sold out, following the launch of the initiative just over a fortnight ago.

Time To Eliminate Investment Distortions, Says Productive Economy Council

Time To Eliminate Investment Distortions, Says Productive Economy Council

"The furore over Minister's second homes once again raises the question of the lack of Capital Gains Tax incentivising property speculation, distorting our investment regime and depriving our productive sector of the financial oxygen it needs to grow", says John Blackham, of the Product