EconomyNews and analysis of what's making the NZ economy tick
COMMENT: Report points to a big change in the way we use the land.
Labour and Greens are releasing a set of economic promises today.
The Reserve Bank has kept the official cash rate on hold at 1.75 per cent.
Airbnb is showing China some love.
China's annual name-and-shame consumer protection show criticised Nike for false marketing.
A delegation representing Chinese investors came to Hokitika last Thursday to meet the three Coast mayors.
Billionaire Alibaba founder Jack Ma wants counterfeiters to serve serious jail time.
If you are a music fan this app could be the best thing you download this year.
Here's how a truckie turned his crazy idea into a garage start-up now worth $3.2 million.
An Australian supermarket is under attack over allegations of "appalling" working conditions.
COMMENT: Big business is on a collision course with some conservative Australian politicians, Christopher Niesche writes…
New job advertisements rose more than 17 per cent in February.
China is proving a counter-balance to Donald Trump's protectionist sentiments.
Huawei Technologies will spend $400m on R&D in NZ over the next five years.
NZ's economic growth is "approaching its environmental limits", a once-a-decade environmental report card says.
COMMENT: Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party has some radical ideas for tax and benefits, Brian Fallow writes.
COMMENT: Proposed reforms will only nibble at the cost of taxpayer-funded pensions, says Brian Fallow.
COMMENT: In an election year, a useful economic indicator of how Kiwis are feeling is consumer spending.
Let's hope that whoever succeeds Graeme Wheeler as Reserve Bank governor next year does as good a job as he has.