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Rumours of Silver Fern China deal

Rumours of Silver Fern China deal

Farmers have been urged not to be ''seduced'' by short-term gains as rumours swirl that an announcement by Silver Fern Farms of a 50-50 joint venture with a Chinese company is imminent.

Pryde Engineering delivers

Pryde Engineering delivers

Fleur Sculpher is a machinist at Dunedin firm Pryde Engineering, where she is also the chief operator of a substantial new piece of equipment for wheel machining.

New equipment and new clients

New equipment and new clients

The Dunedin engineering industry has been rocked by bad news this week, with one firm set to close and another reducing its working week to four days. In all of the gloom, business writer Sally Rae found some success stories.

Mirror adjuster solves costly problem

Mirror adjuster solves costly problem

Adjusting mirrors might not seem a big deal. But for mining company Oceana Gold, it used to be a costly exercise. Back in 2012, the company estimated the cost of adjusting mirrors on its fleet of massive dump trucks at the Macraes mine was $48,000 a year per truck.

Heat at core of global economy

New Zealand still relies heavily on the fortunes of its two largest trading partners, China and Australia, for its success. Business editor Dene Mackenzie talks to Forsyth Barr brokers Suzanne Kinnaird and Peter Young about the economic prospects for those trading partners.

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