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NZ Officials Probe Local Links To Arms Trade

Wellington, Dec 17 NZPA - New Zealand authorities are investigating local links to a weapons-laden aircraft seized in Bangkok -- apparently working for arms traffickers in East Europe.

Groser Plugs Key's `Global Alliance' In Wall Street Journal

Groser Plugs Key's `Global Alliance' In Wall Street Journal
Wellington, Oct 7 NZPA - Trade Minister Tim Groser has been given a big plug in an influential United States newspaper for the global alliance on greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture, proposed last month by Prime Minister John Key .

NZ CFO At Microsoft Turns His Hand To Slashing Costs

NZ CFO At Microsoft Turns His Hand To Slashing Costs
Wellington, July 31 NZPA - Microsoft Corp's New Zealand chief financial officer Chris Liddell says the software giant will make frugality a new way of life to cope with its first drop in annual sales revenue.

NZ Dollar Retreats From Seven-Week High, But Remains Buoyed

NZ Dollar Retreats From Seven-Week High, But Remains Buoyed
Wellington, July 21 NZPA - The New Zealand dollar retreated a little this afternoon but remained close to its seven-week high as gains on equity markets boosted demand for riskier assets such as the kiwi.

Indian State Oil Market Eyed As Buyer For Shell NZ Network

Wellington, July 15 NZPA - The Shell oil company is looking at selling all of its petrol stations in New Zealand -- and a stake in the Marsden Point refinery -- and news reports say the buyer could be an Indian oil company.

Are Classic Cars A Poor Investment?

Classic cars are a very poor investment. With the current economic turmoil, people are looking for safer investments, and some are buying up classic cars in the hope that these vehicles will gain in value. My advice is: don't.

NZ Shares Pause After Two Day Surge

NZ Shares Pause After Two Day Surge
Wellington, May 7 NZPA - The New Zealand sharemarket rose again slightly in early trade today. New Zealand's benchmark NZSX-50 index rose only 10.695 points - equivalent to 0.378 percent - to 2842.05 points after opening.

NZ Dollar Slides On Rate Cut

NZ Dollar Slides On Rate Cut
Wellington, April 30 NZPA - The New Zealand dollar dropped a cent today when the Reserve Bank spelt out that interest rates would remain low until the latter part of 2010.

Wall Street Journal Says Key Formula Bucking International Trend

Wellington, March 10 NZPA - New Zealand is bucking an international trend by focusing on the market to deal with the recession, an article in The Wall Street Journal Asia says.

New Zealand Share Market Flat

New Zealand Share Market Flat
Wellington, March 9 NZPA - The New Zealand share market was little changed today in which there was a dearth of corporate news. The near-flat performance followed similar market performances overseas and brokers said it was a matter of waiting for confidence to return.

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