Column – iPredict Prime Minister John Key remains on track to secure a third term in Government, according to the combined wisdom of the 7000 registered traders on New Zealands online predictions market, iPredict. National would, however, require the support of all three of its …
Press Release – Democrats for Social Credit Health practitioner Warren Voight has been selected as the Dunedin South electorate candidate for Democrats for Social Credit. As a candidate in this years General Election, I am excited to be representing Democrats for Social Credit and celebrating …
Column – Gordon Campbell During Prime Minister John Keys current visit to China, Key and Chinese premier Li Keqiang agreed to a deal that enables direct trading on the Chinese Foreign Exchange between the NZ dollar and the Chinese renimbi (aka yuan).
Article – Werewolf Hi and welcome to the 43rd edition of Werewolf, and an issue in which we once again – just like we did last summer – take an in-depth look at the Trans Pacific Partnership trade talks .
Article – Mark P. Williams The main questions which were put to the Prime Minister concerned job cuts at the Department of Conservation (DoC), unemployment figures, the Open Bank Review, recently released documents concerning Operation Debut, and his position on the TPPA.
Article – BusinessDesk Sept. 7 (BusinessDesk) – Reserve Bank Governor Alan Bollard, who delivers his final monetary policy statement next week, has been confirmed as the next leader of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation’s Secretariat.
Column – iPredict The 6000 traders on New Zealand’s online predictions market, iPredict, see a Liberal National Party win in Queensland as close to a dead cert with the party expected to win as many as 68 of the 89 seats in the State Parliament.
Press Release – The Institute of Policy Studies More than 100 Economists Call for Trans-Pacific Trade Deal to Allow Capital Controls to Prevent Crises