EconomyNews and analysis of what's making the NZ economy tick
Restructuring of Tourism Bay of Plenty has coincided with a bold new vision.
There's no rule against another shock says Finance Minister.
New Zealanders lead the global charge in fintech adoption and appear to trust banks more.
Google's effort to thaw relations with China involves an artificial intelligence pow-wow.
A student took on an unconventional summer internship. It was brutal, punishing work.
COMMENT: Silk Road spirit sits behind huge international initiative being driven by China.
Asian giant's plan aims to transform world trade with new road, rail and shipping links.
Ardent Leisure says it is looking at unlocking value from parts of Dreamworld.
Amazon has just let slip a major plank of its plan to "destroy" Australian retail.
Briscoe's ASX listing won't derail cautious investment approach, chair Meo says.
COMMENT: Amazon is a few months away, but its impact is already being felt.
Some TPP provisions could still apply to the US, says Todd McClay.
President Donald Trump made a splashy debut on the world stage this weekend.
Early implementation of 11-country trade deal is possible, says Bill English.
New US ambassador is a former male model and 'America's sexiest man' winner.
COMMENT: Instead of taxing housing harder, why not change the tax on retirement savings?
Labour's plan to reform monetary policy is more modest than it looks.
Businesses say they plan to invest more, but are they doing as they say?
COMMENT: Gareth Morgan's Opportunities Party has some radical ideas for tax and benefits, Brian Fallow writes.