Wed, 20 Jun 2012 12:44p.m.
The Green Party will not commit to a policy of buying back state-owned assets after they have been partially sold by the Government.
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20/06/2012 3:38:34 p.m.
The worst thing that could happen to the Greens would be that they hold power. Then they would be seen as the non-events that they are. Government requires guts. It's easy to be in opposition.
20/06/2012 1:55:25 p.m.
WAKING UP wrote:
they will be a smaller force then . as the people decide to throw national out once and for all . the labour party will eat into the greens vote you say how do you know . because that's what happened between 1999 and 2008 .
20/06/2012 1:52:14 p.m.
Come on Mr Norman. You obviously missed the bit where nz first said they would not pay one cent more than the original sale price. If enough partys state that, the govt would have to back down as investers are hardly likely to buy them in the first place.
Mighty River Power shares debuted on the share market this afternoon, and immediately leapt 20c - or about 8 percent - in value.
All eyes will be on the Mighty River Power share price when the company lists this afternoon.
Finance Minister Bill English says the Government is "happy enough" with the price achieved for Mighty River Power shares.
Finance Minister Bill English has announced the share price for Mighty River Power this evening.
Shearer says it won't be difficult for anti-asset sales campaigners to collect the remaining signatures they need.
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