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    Maori food possibilities in Malaysia
    Fonterra
    Fonterra
     13 May 2017
    Maori food and beverage company executives are travelling to Malaysia with Te Ururoa Flavell to try to build the market.
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    Tourists flocked to Auckland last summer
    13 May: Tourists visited Auckland in record numbers last summer and it was also a busy time for the country's national walkway.... more
    NZ dollar trades below key support level
    12 May: The New Zealand dollar is heading for a 0.5 per cent weekly decline, having tumbled Thursday after a 'dovish' Reserve Bank statement.... more
    RBNZ sees slower credit growth
    12 May: The Reserve Bank expects credit growth to slow as banks fight more aggressively for deposits to fund their expanding loan books.... more
    Median house price eases in April
    12 May: The median price for a house in New Zealand dipped in April as wet weather and holidays curbed buyer interest, the Real Estate Insitute says.... more
    Warehouse sales slow in third quarter
    12 May: Warehouse sales slowed in the third quarter but the owner of the Red Sheds and Noel Leemings says its on track to meet forecast annual profit.... more
    AFT's pain relief sales more than triple
    12 May: Auckland-based drug maker AFT Pharmaceuticals has more than tripled sales of its pain relief tablets and says new country launches will help even more.... more
    Retailers warned over misleading pricing
    12 May: The Commerce Commission has warned Kiwi retail outlets they may be breaking the law by holding exaggerated or disingenuous sales.... more
    Kiwi falls after Reserve Bank surprise
    11 May: The New Zealand dollar dropped on Thursday after the Reserve Bank surprised investors by keeping its interest rate track unchanged.... more
    NZ shares jump as RBNZ keeps rates low
    11 May: New Zealand shares pushed higher on Thursday after the central bank held interest rates at a record low and unexpectedly kept its forecast rate track unchanged.... more

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