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Precarious business of feeding the Williams Corporation beast

ANALYSIS: The Christchurch developer/fund manager argues it has right-sized itself for the property downturn.

WATCH: NBR senior journalist Maria Slade speaks with Nicholas Pointon.

Maria Slade Mon, 26 Feb 2024

New Zealand cities are really just overgrown provincial towns, and Kiwi businesspeople with even modest profiles are fooling themselves if they think they can buy and sell luxury homes without the locals knowing.

So it was that Christchurch denizens were quick to spot that no less than three

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