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  1. #5271
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    Business confidence dips into negative territory
    15 April
    Quote Originally Posted by Stuff
    The new year started out positively, but with the recent release from the Tax Working Group and changes to employment law coming into effect, businesses are being hit hard," Milford said. The biggest barriers to growth businesses and organisations were facing, were finding skilled workers (23 per cent) and compliance costs and financing issues (14 per cent).
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    Where's the incentive for workers to get the skills employeers want while minimum wage keeps going up faster than "real" wages?

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    Last edited by Perry; 24-04-2019 at 07:15 PM. Reason: Moderation - copyright

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    All median price, low sales volumes, means nothing.
    Squadly dinky do!

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    Problem is dave that the sheep who blindly follow the experts in the press start to worry... the massess make investment decisions based on quality inputs like the NZ herald and Stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris W View Post
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    Are we not allowed to cut and paste the full article into the post for historical reference? The reason I put it in is for historical reference with the source for attribution. In a couple of years, the link will likely be dead and the article details will be lost, and we will be unable to learn the lessons of history. I have looked back at some of the news links shared in 2008 / 2009 and they are dead and the information in the article is lost, and no longer retrievable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris W View Post
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    Are we not allowed to cut and paste the full article into the post for historical reference?
    No. That breaches copyright. The PT Rules make mention.

    PropertyTalk would likely get a cease and desist letter from Stuff if the full article text was re-produced without permission. If you obtained permission from Stuff, it would be O.K. Failing that, the best you can do is retain the full text yourself, for future reference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    No. That breaches copyright. The PT Rules make mention.

    PropertyTalk would likely get a cease and desist letter from Stuff if the full article text was re-produced without permission. If you obtained permission from Stuff, it would be O.K. Failing that, the best you can do is retain the full text yourself, for future reference.
    Thank you Perry for your clarification.

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    World debt at $250 trillion is 3x global GDP an all-time record. And if we add unfunded liabilities and derivatives, total debts and liabilities amount to over $2 quadrillion which is 25x global GDP.

    This is not going to end well...

    then you have investors thinking property will just keep going up on the back of even larger debts ..we are boucing along all time highs enjoy it while it lasts as all techincal analyst points to another major correction

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    But when? Nobody knows for sure, do they?

    Boom and bust cycles are part of the NZ psyche.
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