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Budget 2014: Key signals greater tilt toward emerging markets

Rob Hosking
Wed, 02 Apr 2014

Budget 2014 will contain more government resources to develop markets in Asia, South America and the Middle East, Prime Minister John Key today announced today.

Speaking at a business lunch at Auckland’s North Harbour Stadium, Mr Key announced New Zealand Trade & Enterprise will get a boost

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Rob Hosking
Wed, 02 Apr 2014
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