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Archive for April 7th, 2008

Trade agreement with China just the start – Clark

Posted by feww on April 7, 2008

A Marriage made in heaven China

8:00PM Monday April 07, 2008
By Fran O’Sullivan with NZPA

BEIJING – New Zealand’s landmark Free Trade Agreement with China is “just the beginning” of a relationship which offers both nations significant benefits, Prime Minister Helen Clark says. Report


‘About 35 per cent of New Zealand goods will become tariff free by October, with another 31 per cent tariff free by 2013. The bulk of the remainder will be tariff free by 2019.’

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Why are New Zealanders sooooo anti-American?

Posted by feww on April 7, 2008

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Hep C Victims Still NO Compensation

Posted by feww on April 7, 2008

Hepatitis C Blood Transfusion Victims Still Awaiting Compensation

Some of the 486 victims who have applied for one-off payments including 25 victims with haemophilia are prevented from receiving compensation and cannot start treatment for hepatitis C, The Press newspaper reports.

Hepatitis C is a liver-attacking virus that can cause cirrhosis and cancer. 

“The victims were among 55 haemophiliacs and 215 clients who signed up for a class action to sue the Government for failing to introduce national screening earlier.”

Unsurprisingly, the action against government never went ahead [action was sabotaged by the lawyers’ flank of the establishment.] However, the lawyers still demand the fees (about NZ$20,000 per person) that were agreed when the civil suit was being planned. Report

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