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WTO director-general Roberto Azevêdo says growth rate unlikely to be sustained

WTO lifts 2017 growth forecast but warns 2018 will be slower

Fri 22 Sep

The rise in protectionism is one of the main dangers to the future of world trade. 

INGA BEALE: Customers are gaining more access to data and insight

People power: Data dictating the future of insurance

Fri 22 Sep

New emerging threats and trends will bring with insurers unparalleled opportunities for value creation.

MILKING TIME: Fonterra chief executive Theo Spierings and chairman John Wilson face questions over China strategy

Fonterra result looms large amid political uncertainty

Fri 22 Sep

International demand for dairy products is stable but Fonterra has other issues to confront.

GILL GATFIELD: 'A veneer of equality obfuscates the need for change'

Are we there yet? Women lawyers may well ask

Fri 22 Sep

The Law Society is plugging a gender diversity and inclusion charter to resolve a lack of women in the profession’s higher ranks.

PETER GRIFFITHS: Says he made an error of judgement by telling his company about rival Sunair's suspension

Aviation authority under fire over airline suspension

Fri 22 Sep

Deputy chairman quits over Sunair saga.

LABOUR'S LEADERSHIP SPILL: The way Andrew Little gracefully stepped aside demonstrated both his party loyalty and lack of vainglory (photo: Jerry Yelich-O'Connor)

The yeah, nah election

Fri 22 Sep

Labour is offering the style of radical change and the substance of little change: National is doing the opposite.

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