Monday 2nd December 2019
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Economists are wary of a pullback in exports after New Zealand’s terms of trade chalked up their second-highest level ever in September. The measure shows the purchasing power of New Zealand exports relative to imports, and was up 1.9 percent in the September quarter, well ahead of the 1 percent...
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