Key confirms 'loyalty share' incentive
Mon, 23 Jul 2012 9:09a.m.
Prime Minister John Key used his speech at the National Party's annual conference to flesh out the deal for the first float of energy company Mighty River Power.
As expected, some sweeteners have been included.
Mr Key has confirmed the deal will involve ‘loyalty shares’ for those who hold onto their shares for a set period.
3 News political editor Duncan Garner was at the conference and spoke to Firstline’s Rachel Smalley – watch the interview.
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23/07/2012 2:04:16 p.m.
criminals with power wrote:
WAKE UP KIWIS!!!
Talk about stupidity. JP Morgan and Merrill lynch are neo-con criminals that are protected by the powerful western Govts.
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