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    China imposes 80pc tariff on Australian barley for next five years amid global push for coronavirus investigation
    NZSE40 - Past 30 Days
     19 May 2020
    The import tax will remain in place for five years, according to a statement from China's Ministry of Commerce.
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    Stuff is now free to engage with other potential bidders... after NZME has told the Commerce Commission its withdrawn its application to buy Stuff
    19 May: Stuff is now free to engage with other potential bidders... after NZME has told the Commerce Commission its withdrawn its application to buy Stuff... more
    Historically low air pollution during lock down
    19 May: Historically low air pollution during lock down... more
    Spending lifted significantly as New Zealand moved down the alert levels
    19 May: Spending lifted significantly as New Zealand moved down the alert levels... more
    Latest figures from Paymark show the winners and losers as Kiwis started to shop after lockdown
    19 May: Latest figures from Paymark show the winners and losers as Kiwis started to shop after lockdown... more
    Furniture and electronics retailer Smiths City has entered an agreement to be sold for 60 million dollars to Polar Capital
    18 May: Furniture and electronics retailer Smiths City has entered an agreement to be sold for 60 million dollars to Polar Capital... more
    Hopes working from home will become the new normal for some employees
    18 May: Hopes working from home will become the new normal for some employees... more
    Some sporting organisations will see money from a covid-19 relief package within days
    18 May: Some sporting organisations will see money from a covid-19 relief package within days... more
    The country's sports organisations will get a cash injection from the government as they try to get back on their feet in a post-Covid world
    17 May: The country's sports organisations will get a cash injection from the government as they try to get back on their feet in a post-Covid world... more
    The Queensland Government is believed to be linked to one of the three "advanced" bidders for Virgin Australia, as administrators prepared to short-list yesterday's best offers
    16 May: The Queensland Government is believed to be linked to one of the three "advanced" bidders for Virgin Australia, as administrators prepared to short-list yesterday's best offers... more

     Most Popular Recent Business News
     07 May: The Prime Minister say there's no better time to attract high-tech businesses to New Zealand +++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     20 May: A dramatic leap in student numbers at polytechnics are expected ++++++++++
     08 May: A move by two major banks to drop their home loan rates to below three percent will help buyers on the cusp +++++++
     26 May: NASA and Elon Musk's SpaceX to send astronauts to the ISS in the first crewed mission from the US since the space shuttle ++++++
     02 May: Checking Clive Palmer's hydroxychloroquine ads, Bill Gates COVID-19 conspiracy theories, and the problem with Facebook ++++++
     15 May: A High Court judge has reserved a decision on whether to grant NZME an injunction as it continues attempts to buy rival media outlet Stuff ++++++
     13 May: We're a step closer to having 5G technology on our shores ++++++

     Business NewsLinks
      31 May: First the pestilence, then the flood - coromandel farm park's post-lockdown reopening drenched (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 May: Bakery and cafĂ© takes hit with no bus trade (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 May: Covid-19 pandemic gives new zealand businesses a chance to 'embrace their weird' (Stuff.co.nz)
      31 May: Coronavirus: global campaign throws a lifeline for nz screen production (Stuff.co.nz)
      30 May: Elderly woman hospitalised after being robbed by two youths in palmerston north (NZ Herald)
      30 May: Insurer partners life warns of suicide threat from business closures (Stuff.co.nz)
      30 May: Kylie jenner: forbes drops celebrity from billionaire list (BBCWorld)
      30 May: New restaurant near nelson to open during pandemic (Stuff.co.nz)
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