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China's alternative Asian development bank poses diplomatic dilemma for NZ

New Zealand is again being forced to choose between the US and China.

Nevil Gibson
Mon, 03 Nov 2014

New Zealand is on the sidelines waiting to make another decision with major foreign policy and economic implications.

The first, of course, is whether to join the anti-Islamic Republic coalition to support the government of Iraq.

The other, less publicised one is whether to join the $US50 billion

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Nevil Gibson
Mon, 03 Nov 2014
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