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Whiteware maker yet to report an operating profit under Haier ownership.

Skilled migrant visa changes affect less than 7% of long-term arrivals

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Navis Capital acquires majority stake in Mainland Poultry, reportedly looking at Freshmax

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Kevin Roberts, Rob Fyfe join Kiwi start-up's board

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A2 Milk benefits from brand strength in China, Harbour says

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