Kiwi retailers are today hoping
to cash in on "Black Friday", America's biggest shopping day
of the year, by luring consumers with promises of big
discounts on goods ahead of Christmas.
October's 40% plunge in exports to China - led by dairy
produce - has delivered a larger than expected trade deficit
of $908 million, representing 23% of exports.
On the eve of delivering its half-year financial report,
Dunedin cancer diagnostic company Pacific Edge has announced
it will be granted another crucial patent protection, under
the European Union umbrella.
Shares in childrenswear retailer Pumpkin Patch plunged to a
record low for the past seven and a-half years, trading at
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade chief executive John
Allen is set to become a million-dollar man when he leaves
his post next year to become chief executive of the New
Zealand Racing Board.
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