A Clue is need to repatriate Saudi Funds. He emerged from his unexpected and unwanted seclusion looking thinner than before and rather more grey and describing the entire ordeal as if it were business as usual, another day at the office. The sequestration of prince Al Waleed Bin Talal, grandson of Ibn Saud the founder of Saudi Arabia, continues meanwhile to raise more questions than it did answers.
Espionage episode centred on Soviet’s sighting New Zealand meat export price schedule. During the Cold War New Zealand’s trade with the Soviet Union ran hot. With the thaw and the aftermath of the Cold War this trade started to freeze over.
A “Worldly and Informed Content” powers spectacular growth of New Zealand site. Forecasts and reports unfiltered by the constraints imposed by the perceived need to adhere to rigid prevailing socio-political ideologies was an explanation for MSCNewswire surpassing one million visits per month.
Write nothing dangerous in the eyes of a third party The email has turned out to be a most accessible form of communication competing in its way in visibility terms with the unsightly billboard hoarding on the motorway.
In light of the accidental coffee shop meetings and subsequent events playing out in the media over recent days it is timely to recall this clip from the MSCReporters' desk originally run January 28, 2018.
Nafta friction is behind renewed Canada participation Canada’s stated determination to renew its participation in the Trans Pacific Partnership threatens to introduce a pack of wolverines into its own never-tranquil milking parlour. Canada’s dairy industry is the world’s most fiercely protected Deputy New Zealand prime minister Winston Peters has already hinted that Canada’s renewed enthusiasm for the Trans Pacific scheme has much to do with the North America Free Trade Agreement.
New Zealand visit indicated live sheep, fresh water Saudi Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal’s rapid reversal of fortune in recent months is conclusive proof that money cannot buy you friends and most definitely not influential ones. From Bill Gates through to such media honchos as Rupert Murdoch and Michael Bloomberg, the prince’s pals and associates have been characterised by their silence on the prince’s undeniably serious plight. Not a peep either from former New Zealand prime minister John Key who we picture meeting the prince in Riyadh officially to push the New Zealand cause.
MP intercepted University takeover of trade and craft training with re-vamped real economy scheme. Parliamentarian Jim Anderton’s enduring legacy was the official restoration of trade apprenticeships in the form of Modern Apprentices. These were introduced during his tour of duty as minister of economic development with the Helen Clark-led Labour government.
Restored Funds Seen as Catalyst of new Saudi Financial Services Economy Dec 11, 2017 - The detention of Saudi princes along with a big slice of the rest of the tycoon class in a simultaneous round up has rather greater consequences for Australasia than was originally imagined. This is because the tentacles of the detainees reach deeply into commercial life in Australasia.
ANZ subsidiary’s lending data trove vital to consumer-led economy thrust Jan 1, 2018 - China’s HNA pulled plenty of value out of UDC Finance without contributing a cent of the $660 million that it was said to be paying for the New Zealand plant financier. As part of the acquisition scheme, an attenuated one, the Chinese would have discovered UDC’s key ratios in regard to things such as depreciation, defaulting, interest, and time terms.
Inventor’s son Duff Daysh became eminent financier Dec 20, 2017 - The news that a hitherto unrecognised New Zealand dairy farmer Norman Daysh invented the mechanised milking machine and had the patents to prove it was officially revealed by the world leader in milking machines De Laval which took up these patents. De Laval which is presumably aware of the problem that New Zealanders have in recognising achievements outside the sporting sphere platformed descendants of Norman Daysh who died at the relatively young age of 42 while demonstrating his invention at the Palmerston North Showgrounds.
Meguerditch Bouldoukian is considered in the West the leading Arabic-language authority on banking in the Middle East. He now takes our Five Questions on the pending flotation of Aramco and the economic circumstances in which it will take place…… The Saudis appear to have valued Aramco at US$2 trillion. Western commentators have claimed that it is over valued? The issue of valuation of a company in investment banking criteria has more than six methods. We can say here though that if the two or more sides agree on a method to value ARAMCO then we can wish them good luck.…