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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Peter Cresswell tagged Privatisation

With ballooning debts and interest payments of a quarter-of-a-billion a week – and NZ’s elderly population set to double in the next 40 years --  it’s obvious even to ratings agencies who failed ...

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Libertarianz opposes this Bill as it appropriates portions of land to be state property, rather than recognising the value in implementing private title for the foreshore and seabed, as a sustainable, progressive and fair solution to this issue which has

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Meanwhile Sue Bradford, who can barely let a whole day go past without calling for a ban, now wants a new online betting site banned because it has gone to the trouble of registering offshore to get around the pathetic nannying rules that are this country

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The global atmospheric commons are not an obvious candidate for privatization. Some years ago, Terry Anderson and Bishop Grewell, explained why in a seminal paper, "Property Rights Solutions for the Global Commons: Bottom-Up or Top-Down?"

They noted th

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Libertarianz policy on that for many years has been to say, "Very well, you paid for them - you have them back. Here's your shares in these assets; do with them what you will." Eminent sense it seems to me. Here's the Libz policy on privatisation, the sam

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"NZ is not for sale," says eBay, after it was put up for auction by a disgruntled Australian and then withdrawn by the internet site, disappointing thousands around the world who had been preparing to finance a purchase of this South Pacific paradise:

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The New York Times has got right up George Reisman's nose again, with a bunch of "pathetic articles" on America's Indepence Day that serve only as "a further demonstration of that newspaper’s hostility to the fundamental values on which the United State

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Does anyone know any good reason why the TAB should enjoy a coercive monopoly? Any reason at all why the government should own it? Any good reason local bookies shouldn't be legalised? I can't think of any.

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Why have State-Owned Enterprises been given the green light to "privatise new ventures"? As Write Ups asks, why are SOE's even thinking about expanding by privatisation when they should themselves be sold off as a matter of priority?

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Transpower lacks capital, and like the other state-owned energy trusts it will continue to lack capital just as long as it remains state-owned. And without capital, there is no investment -- and without investment . . . well, you saw what happened on Mond

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