NZX reacts to asset sales
Wed, 05 Sep 2012 9:47a.m.
With the Government putting asset sales on hold, it is important to know the market’s reactions.
Tim Bennett is chief executive of the NZX, and has been charged with growing the market.
He told Firstline this morning the NZX is disappointed the sales have been delayed.
Mr Bennett says the market needs to consider establishing the right structure to allow companies to operate and grow.
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9/09/2012 1:04:25 p.m.
"Opperate and grow" it would be funny if it didnt mean laying off workers, monopolizing sectors, increasing fees and charges, compromizing safety of the people and our enviroment for what, a share holder dividend for the few people that can afford to invest with out comprimising their ever tightening budget while they deal with the inflation caused by the system itself. Boycott the system, thats what I say.
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