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ENG: John Phillip Key (born 9 August 1961) is the 38th Prime Minister of New Zealand, in office since 2008. He has led the New Zealand National Party since 2006. Born in Auckland before moving to Christchurch when he was a child, Key attended the University of Canterbury and graduated in 1981 with a bachelor of commerce. He began a career in the foreign exchange market in New Zealand before moving overseas to work for Merrill Lynch, in which he became head of global foreign exchange in 1995, a position he would hold for six years. In 1999 he was appointed a member of the Foreign Exchange Committee of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York until leaving in 2001. Key entered the New Zealand Parliament representing the Auckland electorate of Helensville as one of the few new National ...
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Key: 'Unfair and stupid' for Govt to takeover mine


Prime Minister John Key faced up to the families in Greymouth today, who called on him to keep a promise to do whatever it takes to get the 29 bodies out. He told them he would do what he can but that does not actually mean a recovery mission is any closer to happening. Sonya Rockhouse lost a son in Pike River. She says Mr Key promised to help get the body out and wants him to keep his word. “He stood up in front of the families and said that the Government would do whatever it could for a recovery of the men, no matter what the cost. I expect him to stand by that commitment he ...


John Key among the optimists ahead of March quarter GPD data


Prime Minister John Key is betting March quarter gross domestic product data due on Friday will be better than the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is forecasting.The central bank thinks the economy shrank by 1 percent in the March quarter in its fifth consecutive quarterly contraction."The advice I've had is that it is likely to be a lower number than that," Mr Key said on Radio New Zealand today."Why? Because the building and construction sector is holding up so well," he said.The average forecast for the March quarter in a Reuters poll is for a 0.7 percent contraction.New Zealand politicians do ...


John Key suggests swine flu impacting tourism


The tourism industry is being hurt by swine flu as travellers in some countries put holidays on hold, Prime Minister John Key said on Monday.Statistics New Zealand said on Monday that in the year to May, 1,001,880 visitors arrived from Australia - the first time the number has topped a million.However, the news elsewhere was not so good with numbers down from each of the five largest sources of visitors after Australia.Travellers from Britain were down 27,300 or 9%, from Korea down 25,500 or 28%, from Japan down 22,100 or 19%, from the United States down 21,200 or 10% and from China down ...


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PM extends condolences at passing of Lee Kuan Yew
John Key | Prime Minister Prime Minister John Key has expressed his sincere condolences to the people of Singapore following the death of the nation’s first Prime Minster, Mr Lee Kuan Yew. “Mr Lee made an extraordinary contribution to Singapore, both as it found its way to independence in 1965 and in the 50 years since then,” said Mr Key. “A man of rare qualities, Mr Lee’s courage, determination, commitment, character and ability made him a formidable leader who held the respect of Singaporeans and the international community alike.” ...read more
PM to attend the Cricket World Cup Final
John Key | Prime Minister Prime Minister John Key will attend the final of the Cricket World Cup in Melbourne this weekend. “I am delighted to be attending the final between New Zealand and Australia,” says Mr Key.  “Our two countries have a special rivalry. Over the years we have been treated to some truly exceptional sporting clashes and I expect this one will be no different. I wish Brendon McCullum and the Black Caps all the very best.” ...read more
NZ signs Free Trade Agreement with Korea
John Key | Prime Minister Prime Minister John Key says New Zealand’s Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Korea opens a new chapter in the two countries’ relationship. Mr Key and President Park Geun-hye of Korea witnessed the signing of the Agreement by Trade Ministers Tim Groser and Yoon Sang-jick in Seoul today. “The Agreement shows the strength of the relationship between New Zealand and Korea. It symbolises our countries’ commitment to economic openness and market integration in the Asia-Pacific region,” says Mr Key. ...read more
April 1 changes to help families get ahead
John Key | Prime Minister Prime Minister John Key says Paid Parental Leave, the parental tax credit, the minimum wage and Superannuation will increase, while average ACC levies will fall, and more people will be helped in to home ownership from tomorrow. “The National-led Government has focused on ensuring gains from our growing economy flow through to families and these measures demonstrate that.” A range of Government policies come into force from April 1 including: ...read more



 
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