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Calling Anglo-American miner Rio Tinto's bluff, Prime Minister John Key has announced to the company that the government of New Zealand will provide no more than the short-term subsidy offered recently to keep the Tiwai Point aluminium smelter open.
Fonterra was formed when the government of New Zealand decided some years ago to discontinue marketing quotas, subsidies and price supports.
But he said the federal government of New Zealand prefers to invest more in tarmac roads which would not be that important because in the next 10 to 15 years, more people will work and shop from home, rendering tarmac roads no longer that useful.
The Permanent Forum looks forward to continuing its engagement with the government of New Zealand in a spirit of cooperation in order to advance the rights of indigenous peoples in New Zealand and around the world," said Bolivia's Carlos Mamani Condori, the current forum chair.
In late 2007 the government of New Zealand agreed with its smaller number of veterans on assistance worth 30 million New Zealand dollars (17 million US) for problems including cancer, diabetes and birth defects related to Agent Orange exposure.
Taxation Changes Affecting New Zealand Residents The Government of New Zealand introduced and passed, in December 2006, sweeping changes to the way that New Zealand residents are taxed on holdings of foreign shares.
The government of New Zealand recently announced the launch of a formal campaign encouraging "walking" school buses in an effort to reduce the amount of vehicle emissions.
ATK (Alliant Techsystems) has been awarded a $4 million contract from the government of New Zealand to supply 25mm training and tactical ammunition for use by military light armored vehicles.