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Economic-value loss on NZSE

Friday 5th May 2000

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Last week's editorial incorrectly stated the ANZ Bank's assessment of the economic value lost by companies listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange. The correct figures are: $1.2 billion lost in 1999; $17 billion lost since 1991.

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