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Bernard Hickey
Wed, 30 Mar 2022

Aucklanders will have to wave goodbye to the Auld Mug for a while. (Image: Getty)
Aucklanders will have to wave goodbye to the Auld Mug for a while. (Image: Getty)
Bernard Hickey
Wed, 30 Mar 2022
Fresh on BusinessDesk this morningBrent Melville interviews new Ports of Auckland CEO Roger Gray.Jenny Ruth reports Forsyth Barr saying Ryman is at risk of falling out of the MSCI Standard Index.Rebecca Howard reports China’s Yili is the key to the recovery of Westland Dairy Company.Ian Llewellyn reports the Electricity Authority has formally declared Genesis Energy was not in the wrong over the Aug 9 blackout last year.David Chaplin writes his column on the rules governing investment tips on social media. Current eventsFinally, Team...

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