Tue, 21 Aug 2012 6:08p.m.
The partial privatisation of Solid Energy looks unlikely this term and may be off indefinitely.
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22/08/2012 3:04:17 p.m.
Those against sales may have also found a stronger way to say it: http://www.facebook.com/BoycottMercuryEnergy
Given most Kiwis are against the sales, the bulk of their customer base might be open to considering a move.
22/08/2012 11:52:51 a.m.
NZders have a right and need to question the govts citeria and actions. NZders are entitled to that 'right' because the govt should be working for NZders not their own interests. Isn't that what democracy is all about???
When politicans are not transparent and are trying to fast track certain issues...NZders have to take note and question it. Come on NZders, don't take it for granted that these politicians have NZders interests at heart.
21/08/2012 10:13:59 p.m.
Wonder if anybody smells a rat. Did the asset sales not go through fast enough for National and their mates liking, as the books showed long ago that they were not healthy so why not sell off assets and get a huge, much needed cash boost. Sorry National, but some people can see through deceit and cuuning.
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