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    1. It is great news, and Air New Zealand should be applauded because this is what we have been looking for.
      Paul Tilstone in Taking control of charges
    2. If we lost MSC, you may find our retailers would be prepared to take a step back as long as we got it back in two to three years, but not Europe. If we lose MSC, Alaska or New Zealand will quickly fill that space.
      In SA retailers ‘pushing for global stamp of approval’ for fish they sell
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    2. Shadow IT Costs — A Force to be Reckoned With in 2014

      Explore Spend Matters (Jan 8 2014)

      ...T workers and 300 line-of-business workers at enterprises in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, Stratecast found that more than 80 percent of both groups admit to using SaaS apps at work withou... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   United Kingdom   New Zealand

    3. South Africa Listed High on Corruption Scale

      Explore allAfrica.com (Dec 3 2013)

      ...d established that perceptions of corruption in South Africa remained strong. On the latest CPI, Denmark and New Zealand tied for first place with scores of 91. Afghanistan, North Korea, and Somalia made up the worst pe... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   Nigeria

    4. Global Oil & Gas Refinery MRO Services Market

      Explore PR Newswire (Sep 10 2013)

      ...Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Myanmar, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Australia, New Zealand, and others*. - Europe: Covering the entire European region with countries in the EU X along with ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Taiwan   Turkey

    5. Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 and the European Financial Crisis

      Explore space for transparency (Dec 6 2012)

      Corruption Perceptions Index 2012 and the European Financial Crisis ...tion in Greece (94^th, the lowest EU state) is entirely different from that of Denmark and Finland, tied with New Zealand in first place. However, the old adage that corruption only occurs in the countries of the South, ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   India   Greece   Italy

    6. SA retailers ‘pushing for global stamp of approval’ for fish they sell

      Explore Home - BusinessDay (Jun 26 2012)

      ...o take a step back as long as we got it back in two to three years, but not Europe. If we lose MSC, Alaska or New Zealand will quickly fill that space." Pick n Pay marketing and sustainability director Bronwen Rohland sa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   New Zealand   Pick n Pay

    7. We just 
get on and do it

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Mar 13 2012)

      ...chasing and logistics positions in IT, manufacturing, retail, airports and pharmaceutical firms in the UK and New Zealand. Now she heads the procurement function of Norland Managed Services, a 27-year-old company that sp... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   KPMG   New Zealand

    8. Travel and legal deal to save NZ public sector $178 million

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Dec 17 2011)

      ...s settlement with New Zealand authorities over cartel allegations * Local supplier preference bill debated in New Zealand * A valuable import * KPMG to scrutinise NZ government spend Latest articles on international * Tr... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Germany   New Zealand   Rebecca Ellinor

    9. UK perceived more corrupt than Germany

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Nov 30 2011)

      ...t crisis or an Arab world starting a new political era, leaders must heed the demands for better government.” New Zealand was considered to be the least corrupt with a score of 9.5 and Somalia the most scoring 1. The US ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Japan   Canada

    10. UK public sector at risk of corruption

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Nov 30 2011)

      ...t crisis or an Arab world starting a new political era, leaders must heed the demands for better government.” New Zealand was considered to be the least corrupt with a score of 9.5 and Somalia the most scoring 1. The US ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Japan   Canada

    11. Analysis: Supply chain contingency strategies lacking emergency options

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Nov 24 2011)

      ...ar has seen supply chains around the world disrupted by the severe winter in the UK, earthquakes in Japan and New Zealand and flooding in Thailand, but according to a report by the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) bus... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Thailand   New Zealand

    12. Precious Metals - The Outlook for Silver and Gold

      Explore mypurchasingcenter.com (Nov 1 2011)

      Precious Metals - The Outlook for Silver and Gold .../2008, geopolitical tensions such as in the Middle East or North Africa, or natural disasters as in Japan and New Zealand. However, with the current state of the US and European economies - with very high levels of debt ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Asian   India   Mexico

    13. How Corrupt is Your Country?

      Explore procureiq.com (Sep 21 2011)

      ...rom 10 (very clean) to 0 (highly corrupt). I'm pleased to say that Canada is 6th at an 8.9, outranked only by New Zealand and Singapore (tied for 1st at a 9.3) in the Commonwealth. The ten most corrupt countries, in orde... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Canada   Singapore   New Zealand

    14. South African Rugby Union under fire for not sourcing locally

      Explore supplymanagement.com (Sep 7 2011)

      ... Friday 9 September 2011.” The union said it would protest against SARU during the World Cup, which starts in New Zealand tomorrow, unless its demands were met. A SARU spokesman would not be drawn on whether the organisa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   South Africa   China   New Zealand

    15. Chain reaction

      Explore cpoagenda.com (Mar 13 2010)

      ...$1 billion. These included February’s Chilean earthquake ($8 billion), September’s Christchurch earthquake in New Zealand ($4.4 billion) and winter storms across western Europe ($2.8 billion). Data from the World Economi... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   IBM   Gartner

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