Fri, 22 Jun 2012 6:09p.m.
Opponents of the Government's partial asset sales say the idea of loyalty or free shares hasn't worked in Australia so why consider it here?
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25/06/2012 10:02:26 a.m.
@ JOHN, and what better way for them to prove thats exactly why they are doing it then loyalty shares! If only we had adults running our country, we would have a brighter future! Although those assets will soon be obsolete and worth next to nothing. "dont tell the rich!"
23/06/2012 2:39:03 p.m.
'Didn't work in aus? Great lets do it here in good ol NZ!'Our PM (Prime Muppet) John Key.Were's the rest of the muppet show contesting this point? Must be reading up on their hero over there in Norway.
23/06/2012 10:30:09 a.m.
Of course Key will sell them. With the rise in electric vehicles and the decline of oil based cars it is is imperative "big oil" aquires as much fuel producing assets as possable before the general public catches on to the rort.
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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