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  #456905 9-Apr-2011 01:06
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for the ultimate in bailing jobs go watch "inside job".

the financial world is more complex and more intricate linked snowball effect than you think. i don't know what the answer is but it seems that when the money comes in all the big shots and owners take and spend. when the money dries out they run. who cares about the general public!




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  #456952 9-Apr-2011 09:44
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AMI what a joke, yeah they will pay out for your broken pot plants but come an earthquake and they are broken ass. Government shouldn't of bailed them out.




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  #457146 10-Apr-2011 00:06
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robbyp: One thing that really irritates me is how labour has been critising national for bailing out SCF. It was infact Labour who put the guarantee in place that cover SCF inestors, so national had no choice but  to do this.


Especially since Labour not only bailed out Air NZ for another Billion $$, but scared off a perfectly willing investor to achieve its objective of a nationalised airline. Phil Goff is starting to look even dumber after criticising criticising the government on AMI. I just wonder why they didn't ask about whether EQC can be improved.




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