Wed, 05 Dec 2012 7:57a.m.
Talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement are continuing in Auckland today, as is opposition to the deal.
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7/12/2012 1:48:02 p.m.
As an NZ consumer I like the freedom to choose which natural supplement I use not be controlled by Pharmac or any other Pharmaceutical Company. NZ is a free country and bit into natural health and we don't need to be controlled by large Drug Companies and take away our choice - very dangerous area to even contemplate and is about control than choice where we'll end up with microchips inserted just like the American people are about to experience.
6/12/2012 9:20:04 a.m.
Does anyone think we all in a democracy, a vote for a politician solves everything.
5/12/2012 4:53:57 p.m.
There are two trade things that our country should throw this off a wharf for - Pharmac and dairy products. There are other things far more dangerous than these, but these two are the trade related ones we should make not negotiable. This is NOT a trade agreement - stop calling it that.
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