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07.05.2014

This government’s comedy of errors lately—and few to capitalize on them

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Filed under: business, China, internet, media, New Zealand, politics—Jack Yan @ 09.37

3 Responses to ‘This government’s comedy of errors lately—and few to capitalize on them’

  1. […] enough for all but the most impassioned to retain memory of a misdeed. (For example, does Oravida still mean anything to anyone out there?) Ikea is a strong brand, and mud sticks to them. Some […]

  2. […] In May, I wrote (in the wake of the Oravida scandal): […]

  3. […] were. Our political leaders also wouldn’t confuse the issue with, say, what happened at Oravida.    When faced with a choice of paying a kickback or not in the mid-2000s when dealing in […]

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