Wakeup call: Shanghai shutdown shudders

Bernard Hickey
Tue, 29 Mar 2022

Shanghai's Pudong district. (Image: Unsplash)
Shanghai's Pudong district. (Image: Unsplash)
Bernard Hickey
Tue, 29 Mar 2022
Fresh on BusinessDesk this morningDaniel Dunkley writes his weekly media column on ‘Emily Writes’ a New Zealand substack that’s having some success.Professional director David McKenzie opines on the timing of Air NZ’s capital raise.Ian Llewellyn reports carbon prices have risen on news of the government’s decision to cut the allocation of free credits to Tiwai Pt.Oliver Lewis reports on the various candidates to be Auckland mayor. Current eventsLockdown worry – Fears are growing eight days of covid lockd...

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The changes require disclosure of donor identities for any party donations over $5,000 versus the current $15,000. 

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